How do you make an SUV, truck or big-body sedan look better? The answer is quite simple: bigger wheels. There’s a widespread notion that 22 inch wheels negatively impact a vehicle’s performance. In reality, that statement is only true when the tires are not well-suited for a wheel of that size. We understand that not every enthusiast has performance-oriented goals. Some people just want to run a set of 22 inch staggered wheels on stretched tires.

At Curva Concepts, we understand this, and we’re dedicated to providing our customers with expert wheel and tire fitment information, no matter the application. We offer a wide selection of custom 22 inch wheels in both square and staggered fitments, suitable for all types of driving styles. Curva Concepts wheels are engineered to deliver performance at an unbeatable value.

Benefits of 22" Wheels

Big wheels have been a part of car culture for decades; especially back in the early 2000’s. Back then, people would put 22″ wheels on nearly anything. However, times and tastes have since changed dramatically. But that doesn’t mean 22 inch wheels are no longer relevant. These days, wheels this size serve actual performance purposes. Take for example the Audi RS6 and RS7, as they come standard with 22″ wheels. Although a larger diameter wheel can hurt performance, it’s important to under the type of vehicle you’re putting them on. The tire size also plays a significant role in performance. In the end, it comes down to what your goals are for the car and how you plan on driving it.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Whether or not you can fit a 22 inch wheel on your car will depend on several factors, such as type of car, tire size, wheel width and wheel offset. It's important to note that modification may be required to fit bigger wheels.

There is no objective good or bad with larger wheels. If the goal is to purely achieve a visually appealing look, then you may ignore performance characteristics. If performance is important, then the type of vehicle and driving style will play a role in your decision making.

There is no correct answer to this question, as there are too many variables to consider, such as wheel width, tire size and suspension characteristics of the vehicle. In general, tires with higher aspect ratios tend to ride smoother.