Double star: New wheel design OXIGIN "Twelve"
- one-piece rim with five-spoke design
- attractive "gun metal polish" finish
- available in 17", 18" and 19" versions
- 4 and 5-hole applications possible
- from EUR 243 with TÜV approval
- 3-year guarantee – "made in Germany"
The name OXIGIN stands for numerous attractive designs that stand out from the crowd. The new double-star design of the OXIGIN "Twelve" wheel once again boasts unmistakeable looks.
The star design, with the five spokes which become wider towards the wheel rim, permits a glimpse of the brake system, thanks to the large gaps between them. The contours of the spokes in "gun metal polish" finish are defined by machined, visually-prominent edges. There is also a machined ridge on every spoke, which together with the bright edges creates a visual impression from a distance as if there were several narrow, bright spokes, instead of the five broad "real" ones – a star within a star, so to speak. The machined surfaces are sealed with a matt clear lacquer, and thus ideally protected against the influences of weather and stone chips. Another design trick from OXIGIN, in the form of a kink in the spokes, ensures that the spokes protrude in the third dimension, and as a result they stand further out than the edge of the rim.
The OXIGIN "Twelve" design is available in the following dimensions: 7.5x17, 8x18 und 8x19" for 4- and 5-hole applications from EUR 243.
The wheel comes with TÜV approval for all current vehicle models. OXIGIN provides a three-year guarantee on its wheels "made in Germany".
More information about OXIGIN alloy wheels can be found on the Internet at www.oxiginwheels.com and www.oxigin.de.
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