02 Feb CFF50 | Mustang Mach-E
20x9 | 20x10.5
Curva Concepts CFF50
Ford Mustang Mach-E Wheels
Remember when Ford dropped the Mach-E and everybody got upset? Yeah, we don’t either. The Ford Mustang Mach-E has proven to be one of the greatest moves Ford has pulled in years. Bold statement? Maybe, but let’s be honest, the Mach-E is a sick car. People still like to complain and say it’s not a true Mustang, but it shares more with the 5.0 than you think. For example; you start ordering mods as soon you drive off the lot. See what we mean? Same thing! Jokes aside, that statement is mostly true. It almost feels like the Mach-E was born to be modified just like its V8 counterpart. At least that’s how we feel.
That said, slapping on a set of performance wheels on the Mach-E isn’t as crazy as you might think. Believe it or not, there’s a whole group of people who agree over on Mach-E Forum. Speaking of performance wheels, we came across a user on the forums who just so happened to be running our wheels. Of course we had to reach out and get his thoughts. Zack, the owner, was super happy with our wheels! So we asked if he’d be open to setting up a shoot. Lucky for us, he agreed, and the outcome is beautiful. This Mach-E is probably running the most aggressive setup we’ve seen so far. Yes, even more aggressive than our SEMA Shelby Mach-E GT build. Impressive, right?
Scroll down to learn more about our super aggressive Ford Mustang Mach-E wheels.
Size: 20×9 | 20×10.5
Finish: Gloss Black
Stay Gold, Pony Boy
Back in the early stages of release, nobody really knew what would or wouldn’t fit this chassis. Fast forward to today, and the picture is clearer. We’ve done three other fitments for Mach-E aftermarket wheels in the past. One was 20×9 CFF50’s on a blue Mach-E, the second was 20×9 C48’s on a white one, and the third being 20×9 CFF50’s on the Shelby SEMA build. The consensus was that 20×9 on all four corners was the ideal fitment.
Well, our buddy Zack wanted to push the envelope a little bit further. That’s what we’re talking about! Zach opted for a staggered fitment, which is a bold move, but one we appreciate. For the fronts he went with the standard 20×9, and for the rears he went with a wide 20×10.5. Sheesh. The rubbers the CFF50’s are wrapped in are no joke either. Fronts are sporting 255/45 Toyo Proxes S/TIII’s while the rears host a 295/40 of the same tire. Talk about BEEF.
If you own a Mach-E and are looking to fit your car with an aggressive set of flow forged performance wheels, get in touch with us and we’ll make it happen!