GENEVA — Much of the focal point on the Geneva vehicle show every yr is the eye-watering expenses for motors there, their exclusivity, and their high-output overall performance inclinations.
But all the ones, tony motors, and crossovers had something else to capture showgoers’ interest this yr: tony wheels.
Instead of without a doubt completing wheels in traditional chrome, silver or black, some automakers at Palexpo, from Bugatti to Subaru, rolled out motors with bikes that had been multicolored and touched up with accent paint. In a few cases, the outburst of expressiveness even prolonged to the tires.
The crossover idea’s outside paint activity is a reasonably widespread silver and black. But the mild blue hue on the subcompact wheels is anything, however.
There turned into an element at the small concept’s wheels: a crisp color of light orange, matching the roof and indoors.
The 18-inch wheels with green accents matching the concept’s bright outside introduced to the buggy’s luminary presence.
The white-on-black wheel accents, with a middle cap wrapped in orange, suit the off-avenue concept.
Similar in design to the wheels of Mercedes’ EQC crossover that debuted final year, the blue hue provides some pop to the silver concept van’s overall appearance.
A close investigation of the idea’s big wheels shows five sets of rich, army blue traces.
Nissan used sunglasses of grey and black on the 22-inch wheels, giving them almost a painted appearance from a distance.
Depending on the perspective, the small traces on the electrical idea looked white. Closer examination found out they had been silver, complementing the black.