Of course, the modding community has been hard at work over the years, which is why installing the fruits of its labor means being able to enjoy real designs while wreaking havoc in the game. And while such shenanigans have been going on for quite a while now, things are now explosive - as a result of the said mods, players not only get to use "real" cars, but also mod these.
Case in point with the Porsche 959 that brought us here. The senior Zuffenhausen halo model has been given the lowered treatment and this obviously meant it has to receive custom wheels - pixel tip to Instagram label Freditz.
And it looks like the new shoes of the Porscha are signed by Forgiato, while these pack a design inspired from the infamous Turbofan wheels. We're talking about a motorsport-born solution that sees the rims sucking air from under the car, thus generating downforce and providing cooling for the brakes.
Turbofans have become increasingly popular among real-world builders, so it was only natural for these to become part of the gaming community, as the two worlds seem to overlap more and more these days (this Need For Speed: Heat Polestar 1 halo car that has become a build is an example as good as any).
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