Light blue HRE Performance Wheels on the Porsche 911

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When it comes to beautiful, unusual and high-quality alloy wheels, you are clearly in the right place at HRE Performance Wheels! The best example is this tuned Porsche 911 (991) GT3 with a 5-spoke HRE Performance Wheels wheelset that was recently published on the company's website and that we absolutely have to show you. In addition to the optically perfect wheel set, in my opinion, the 911 has received various other changes that we are only partially aware of because hardly any information about the vehicle has been published. No matter, the main focus of the car is clearly on the aforementioned HRE wheelset, which is a complete asset to the car compared to the mainstream look of the standard rims and immediately gives the whole thing a visually different appearance. We took a closer look at the car and made a few comparisons with the production version and were able to notice one or the other change. What we have learned directly from the company and have recognized ourselves, we provide you with a summary as usual below. Should you notice any further changes, we would be happy if you post them in the "comment box", we will add them to the post as soon as possible.

Ps. If you have more tuned vehicles like this one Audi A5 S5 Coupe with HRE Performance Wheels just click on the name of the tuner at the photo hint (below the picture)!

(Photos: HRE Performance Wheels)

These are the details of the Porsche 911 (991) GT3:

  • Lowering
  • unknown HRE Performance Wheels in an estimated 20 inches (light blue)
  • possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
  • possibly a sports exhaust system (info is still pending)

Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.

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Note: We ask for your understanding if not all tuning details are optimally translated. Sometimes we receive the information about the vehicles in a wide variety of national languages ​​and we have our dear need to conjure up something understandable from it. We are always grateful for corrections, so don't be afraid to share them.

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