This Ford Mustang comes with MOMO Heritage 6 wheels sized 18×10 in the front and 18×11 in the rear with a Bronze finish
If there is any vehicle synonymous with the sports car culture, then it’s the Ford Mustang. The pony car has been the quintessential sports car ever since it was conceived back in the 1960s, and now, the Mustang is currently the longest-produced Ford car nameplate. The sixth-generation Ford Mustang was revealed back on December 5, with a worldwide release and media events happening in Dearborn, Michigan, but also, sprawling world metropolises like Los Angeles, California, New York City, New York, Barcelona, Spain, Shanghai, China, and Sydney, Australia. Overall, the new mustang hit the nail on the head and gave American muscle car fans all around the world a good looking new Mustang.
Upon release, our goal for the MOMO Heritage 6 wheels was simple: create a modern iteration of a highly popular motorsport wheel from back in the day. As a result, we can now offer our customers a lightweight modern flow formed wheel that fits perfectly on a wide variety of old school and modern performance cars. In turn, this wheel would look great on everything from a BMW E30 M3, an old school Chevrolet Camaro, Porsche 911, Dodge Challenger or a Mercedes E190 EVOII, but also, on modern high-performance models from other carmakers. This modern Ford Mustang GT is no different.
For this build, the MOMO Heritage 6 wheels are sized 18×10 in the front and 18×11 in the rear. Furthermore, the wheels feature a Bronze finish. In turn, the Bronze six-spoke wheels fit perfectly with the Magnetic finish of the Mustang, giving the vehicle a nice accentuating touch overall.
The wheels are available for ordering right away. However, if you’re unclear about the fitment for your vehicle, please contact us prior to ordering. Our sales team will help guide you through the ordering process, ensuring you select the proper fitment for your vehicle.
In the meantime, please take a look at the detailed media gallery of this Ford Mustang GT right below.