2013 Audi RS5 on HRE Wheels Takes a Shower

The facelifted version of the Audi RS5 is one of the first Audi RS cars to be officially imported to the US, as this must be some sort of way for the carmaker to make up for all those years in which enthusiasts had to turn to the grey market imports if they wanted one of Ingolstadt’s go-fast models.
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Now that the RS5 has landed in America, it is also receiving attention from US aftermarket developers, and we’re here to give you the latest example of this. The adjacent images bring us an RS5 Coupe that was gifted with HRE P43SC wheels. The rims use a multi-spoke design that seems to fit the Audi's factory styling cues.

Still, you won't mistake these wheels for stock items

For one thing, these rollers draw attention like a magnet, and it's mostly thanks to their deep concave layout. This is a trend that has exploded over the last few years. And we have to admit there are very few cases in which this trick doesn't add to a car's visual aura. This Audi is not one of them.

As for the finish of these HRE-supplied goodies, we are talking about Brushed Tinted. Sure, this is not a bold choice, but we have to think about the car on which the wheels are installed. There's always been something understated about the way in which the Audi RS5 looks and while these rims may cross that border, they don't take things to far. So this is not that kind of project that screams "look at me, I'm custom!"

Still, even when the car is being washed, it manages to grab attention, thanks to the combination of styling cues. With such wheels, the owner can be sure they get the proper cleaning attention on each occasion.
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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