Komotec launches aftermarket Emira forged wheels

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Komotec have just announced they are offering a lightweight forged wheel set for the Emira.

Specification is:
Front: 8.5 x 20", weight 10.5 kg/wheel (Forged Factory-Spec: 11.5 kg/wheel)
Rear: 10.0 x 20", weight: 11.3 kg/wheel (Forged Factory-Spec: 13.2 kg/wheel)
So a total weight saving of 5.8 kgs

Currently only offered in silver and are EUR 5,690 for the set.

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Info here:
 
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The 20" forged wheels on the Evora are about £1,100-1,300 for a pair depending on the finish. Cast ones are about half that.
 
Personally, I'm out on these. I just don't like the design. I'll keep my eyes open but the Lotus V-Spoke is just that good looking. It'll interesting to see so.ething that can look better.
Agree not a fan.
 
Personally, I'm out on these. I just don't like the design. I'll keep my eyes open but the Lotus V-Spoke is just that good looking. It'll interesting to see so.ething that can look better.
I'm personally considering these (but I'm not bothering to ask about pricing until later in the year) - very similar to a BBS FI-R, which I love the look of :love:
6AD 1.02 | 6AD Forged Wheels
 
I'm personally considering these (but I'm not bothering to ask about pricing until later in the year) - very similar to a BBS FI-R, which I love the look of :love:
6AD 1.02 | 6AD Forged Wheels
The ones pictured in the link you provided are seriously good looking. I'd definitely get those in the same color they are pictured in. Will those fit the Emira? If so, I'm definitely interested. They look great.
 
The ones pictured in the link you provided are seriously good looking. I'd definitely get those in the same color they are pictured in. Will those fit the Emira? If so, I'm definitely interested. They look great.
They machine them to your custom specifications, so yes, you could exactly match the Emira factory wheel specs, or tweak the offset by a few mm if you wanted to.

There are likely many custom wheel shops in the US who could do something similar, probably for cheaper than getting them from the UK ;)
 
They machine them to your custom specifications, so yes, you could exactly match the Emira factory wheel specs, or tweak the offset by a few mm if you wanted to.

There are likely many custom wheel shops in the US who could do something similar, probably for cheaper than getting them from the UK ;)
Sent an email. Thank you. Looking for the Emira wheel dimensions now. If anyone can repost them here that'd be great.
 
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Sent an email. Thank you. Looking for the Emira wheel dimensions now. If anyone can repost them here that'd be great.
Here:
 
Mmmm shiny. So much better than black :p

Interesting (as in, how did I miss this) that Rimstock is not doing the manufacture any more.
 
Personally, I'm out on these. I just don't like the design. I'll keep my eyes open but the Lotus V-Spoke is just that good looking. It'll interesting to see so.ething that can look better.

Me neither - They just seem too... straight/angular(?) for the Emira body shape, something just not right about them on the Emira to my eye.

They look like some sort of aftermarket wheel you might see on a hot hatch to me.
 

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