We can see what wheel manufacturer ADV1 (or Advanced One) is trying to do here. With a lovely set of two-piece forged wheels to showcase - catchily called ADV5.2 M.V2 CS - of course the firm needed an eye-catching car.
ADV1 chose a black Lamborghini Huracan, but there’s a problem: we’re not really looking at the wheels. Why? Because good lord does the rear end look good with the bumper removed.
Most mid-engined cars look pretty special sans rear bumper (remember that Audi R8 rolling road advert?), but this Huracan looks particularly drool-worthy. That’s because it’s packing a twin-turbo conversion from TR3 performance, and those two turbos are fed by some gorgeous and outrageously shiny pipework. The setup bumps the power up to 850bhp.
As for the rims, they measure in at 20x9 inches at the front, and 21x12.5 inches at the rear. They have a brushed aluminium/clear gloss finish, which - if you can divert your eyes away from the rear for long enough - you’ll notice looks rather smashing.