24 May CFF46 | Porsche Taycan Turbo
22x9 | 22x10.5
Curva Concepts CFF46
Porsche Taycan Turbo
When we said we’d be diving back into the Euro segment, we weren’t joking. Considering our last few galleries were Audi’s, it was only right to make the leap to its bigger brother: Porsche. Yeah, it’s not exactly a 911, but it’s pretty close. Wells (@wells_p) reached out to us about a set of wheels that would fit his satin black Porsche Taycan Turbo. There were a couple obstacles to ensure a proper fitment; such as the clearance of the ceramic brakes on both axles, indicated by the yellow calipers, and having a flush and tight end result.
In the end, we were able to get the wheels mounted on the car and clear the massive brakes while still optimizing the fitment. It turned out amazing. We also want to give a big shout out to Wells for spending time with us and letting us take some killer photos of the final setup.
Continue reading to learn more about our Porsche Taycan wheels and the Flow Forged CFF46.
Size: 22×9 ET40 | 22×10.5 ET45
Finish: Gloss Black
Turbo Or No Turbo?
There’s a reason why everybody loves Porsche. They used battery power as an opportunity, rather than an excuse. Porsche’s philosophy has always been, and will always be, building cars designed for human engagement instead of soulless transport and automation. The Taycan Turbo is the epitome of that philosophy, boasting 616-hp (670 with overboost) and 626 pound-feet of torque. But it doesn’t stop at just pure power; the suspension is tuned how you’d expect from the German giants, so it’s quite agile as well.
Fanboyism aside, let’s talk about wheel fitment. This car is running a staggered 22-inch setup with 22×9 ET40 up front, and 22×10.5 ET45 in the rear in our Flow Forged Curva Concepts CFF46. We think the Gloss Black finish contrasts beautifully with the satin black wrap, completing that ‘murdered out’ look. Plus, gigantic yellow brake calipers on a black car are always a win.
Wheels won’t work without tires, right? On a car of this caliber, you have to opt for a well-established with stain in the game. The front wheels are wrapped in 265/35, while the rears host a monstrous 315/25. Both stamped with the ever-so-popular Pirelli P Zero.