19 Feb CFF25 & CFF50 | Toyota Supras
20x9 | 20x10.5
Curva Concepts CFF25 & CFF50
Toyota Supra Wheels
After years of countless rumors and design concepts of the JDM icon, the long-anticipated return of the Japanese King was finally among auto enthusiasts around the world. But there is one major difference between this Supra and previous generations such as the Holy Grail MK4…it’s a BMW…kinda.
The latest version of the Toyota Supra is the A91 which comes jam packed with performance goodies, such as the impressive B58 engine from BMW and superior engineering from Toyota. With close to 400 horsepower and 368 lb-ft torque, this thing moves, and it moves fast.
It was a bit tough getting our hands on the Supra in the early days of launch amidst all the hype, but we had the great opportunity to test out our latest Flow Forged wheels on the Toyota Duo.
Wheel: CFF25 & CFF50
Size: 20×9 | 20×10.5
Finish: Gloss Black & Black Machined Face
Aftermarket Supra Wheels
The Supra has always been built to be driven. Although you can argue the true roots of the A91, one thing you don’t lose in either brand in the partnership (BMW and Toyota) is the emotion when you’re behind the wheel. We wanted to translate that same driver emotion to the aesthetic of the car, and if you ask us, we did just that.
For the Supras, we could not settle for anything less than a Flow Forged set of staggered aggressive wheels. Since we had two A91’s to our disposal, we ran both our CFF25 and CFF50. Both cars are running the same size staggered fitments. The fronts are 20×9 wrapped in 235/30 Lionhart’s and the rears are a set of meaty 20×10.5 in 285/30.
The Tungsten Silver Supra is running the Gloss Black CFF25 and the Nocturnal Black Supra is sporting the CFF50 finished in Black with a Machined Face.
Both wheels really fit the car well depending on what you’re trying to achieve. The CFF25 is ideal for those who want to show off their huge brakes behind the twin 5-spoke design. The CFF50 is reserved for those who prefer a classier set up with elegant finishing.