Charged with electricity, the supercar of tomorrow is among us. Ever since the concept design was laid before our eyes in mission impossible, we instantly feel in love. The BMW I8 is at the forefront of cutting edge technology to better improve our environment. The concept is that not all electric cars have to look a certain way, they can in fact be stunners. Building upon the factory futuristic blue accents, we installed a set of staggered twenty two inch PUR 4OUR in matte electric blue. The finish itself would be very hard to pull off for any other car but with the I8, it just fits at home. Along with a new set of wheels, we installed a set of H&R lowering springs to further enhance the handling and looks.
PUR 4OUR, 22×9, 22×10.5 | Matte Electric Blue
H&R Lowering Springs
The follow up to the Mercedes SLS is this angry younger brother that may just be even better looking. The AMG GT was one of the better releases this year and it was only a matter of time before we got our opportunity to work on one. Our main focus was the suspension and wheels as we felt the body itself was styled perfectly from the factory. We started by lowering the AMG GT with a set of H&R lowering springs. From there on, we fitted the car with a set of double staggered two piece PUR 4OUR.M2’s. The wheels were finished with a matte anthracite face, gloss black inner barrel, and monaco gold hardware.
PUR 4OUR.M2, 20×9, 21×12 | Matte Anthracite Face, Gloss Black Inner Barrel
H&R Lowering System
Up on the hoist today is the brand new Porsche 991 GT3, which is in for a exhaust upgrade. Thanks for the great people at Akrapovic, we were able to get working on this car right away. They have developed an amazing system that both looks and performs amazing. The exhaust system was a breeze to work with as all the pieces fit perfectly into place.
Just because it’s the middle of December, it doesn’t mean we can bring you something new and fresh. Hot and ready out of the kitchen is this crisp white Lexus LFA that has been fitted with a new set of wheels. Rocking the very first set of PUR RS22’s in the world, this LFA looks absolutely amazing in person. The directional twist design itself features a two tone finish of gloss lumiere grey and gloss black. With a staggered twenty inch diameter, we made sure the LFA had enough meat on the tires to put down all that power.
PUR RS22, 20×9.5, 20×11 | Gloss Lumiere Grey Face, Gloss Black Window
We are very pleased to share with you Vancouver’s very first Khan Design widebody Range Rover. Taking on the challenge of creating a wider profile was a task that we were eager to tackle. The Khan design kit was very easy to work with and created very sleek body lines that flowed into the factory body. The arches allowed us to push the wheels out even more than we have before on a Range. We fitted it with a low offset twenty-four inch set of PUR LX19’s, which were finished with a gloss chestnut brown face, gloss black windows and a gloss chestnut brown lip.
PUR LX19, 24×10 | Gloss Chestnut Brown Face, Gloss Black Windows, Gloss Chestnut Brown Lip
Khan Design Front Fender Arches
Khan Design Rear Fender Arches
Khan Design Front Grille
Khan Design Front Lip
Khan Design Exhaust System
Bulk up and shed away the unnecessary weight to be as efficient as possible. That was the goal of the PUR 8IGHT when it was first released years ago. With that goal achieved, it was then possible to translate it to the performance super cars of today. Fitted onto a Ferrari 458, the PUR 8IGHT design truly emphasizes the the large brake profiles. The wheels were engineered to a staggered 21/22″ fitment and finished in gloss davinci red. The vibrant pop of color adds a level of contrast to the otherwise simplistic design, allowing the wheel to stand on its own.
PUR 8IGHT, 21×9, 22×12 | Gloss Davinci Red