08 Dec C48 | Ford Mustang EcoBoost
20x9 | 20x10.5
Curva Concepts C48
Ford Mustang EcoBoost Wheels
When you think about true muscle cars, one of the first cars that pops up in your head is probably the Ford Mustang. Rightfully so, considering Ford has been making the Mustang since 1964. Literally every single generation of the car had a cult following. If that’s not the definition of success, then what is? With a variety of trim options, there’s a Mustang for everyone, but the EcoBoost is the best bang for the buck when you’re talking about power value.
Although the Mustang is best appreciated with it’s monstrous 5.0-liter V8, the EcoBoost shouldn’t be overlooked. The EcoBoost’s 2.3L engine pumps out 310-hp and 350 lb/ft of torque. Honestly, these new Mustangs embarrass the earlier generation GT’s, and the EcoBoost variants pack enough of a punch to walk an older GT. However, with all that power, you’ll need a wheel setup that can handle traction issues.
Scroll down to learn more about how Curva Concepts makes the perfect Ford Mustang EcoBoost wheels.
Size: 20×9 | 20×10.5
Finish: Gloss Black
Here at Curva Concepts, we have a large selection of wheels that look great on Mustangs. We’d like to think we’ve pretty much aced the topic. We’ve done a super unique GT on the C42, a stealthy GT also on the C42, and for those older generation lovers, we’ve done another GT on the C7.
This Mustang EcoBoost however, is a bit more special. The owner of this Magnetic Grey GT is part of the SD Stangs crew, and he’s representing the right way. With coilovers from D2 Racing, custom orange brake calipers from Done Right Dips, and a GT500 style front fascia.
Given the aggressive nature of the car and the modifications done, we knew we couldn’t mount just anything. We went with our Curva Concepts C48 in 20×9 in the front and a 20×10.5 in the rear, for a traditional staggered setup. As for tires, the fronts are 245/40 and rears at 275/40. Like we mentioned above, with great power comes great…loss of traction. You’re going to need some meat on those wheels to get them to stick.