VFS-2

Advancing the traditional casting process, the Hybrid Forged Series utilizes flow forming to cut down on weight and increase strength. Flow forming also allows for a great range of wheel widths within each design.

Available wheel finishes:

Custom Finishes

Gloss Gold
Gloss Gold
Gloss Black
Gloss Black
Satin Black
Satin Black
Gloss Silver
Gloss Silver
Satin Silver
Satin Silver
Textured Bronze
Textured Bronze
Anthracite
Anthracite

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Vossen Specification

Wheel Aesthetics

For all its advanced manufacturing features, the VFS-2 wheel is also beautifully crafted. Its design is inspired by the 15 spoke forged wheel, which debuted at SEMA 2012 on our flag-ship Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series. The VFS-2 is equally as elegant and will be available in three different finishes: silver-polished, and for the first time, gloss-graphite and satin-bronze.

The VF Series can be made to order in 24 custom colour options

Finishing Options

Silver Polished

Light in tone with brilliant metallic depth, the VFS-2 is available in Silver Polished, one of three standard finishes. A machined Vossen VF Series cap blends seamlessly into the VFS-2’s styling and finish.

Gloss Graphite

Lustrously dark in tone and elegantly revealing its lines, the VFS-2 is available in Gloss Graphite, one of three standard finishes. A machined Vossen VF Series cap blends seamlessly into the VFS-2’s styling and finish.

Satin Bronze

Lustrously dark in tone and elegantly revealing its lines, the VFS-2 is available in Satin Bronze, one of three standard finishes. A machined Vossen VF Series cap blends seamlessly into the VFS-2’s styling and finish.

Available Sizes

19″

  • 19″x8.5″
  • 19″x9″
  • 19″x9.5″
  • 19″x10″
  • 19″x10.5″
  • 19″x11″

20″

  • 20″x8.5″
  • 20″x9″
  • 20″x9.5″
  • 20″x10″
  • 20″x10.5″
  • 20″x12″

21″

  • 21″x9″
  • 21″x9.5″
  • 21″x10.5″
  • 21″x12″

22″

  • 22″x9″
  • 22″x10.5″
  • 22″x12″

Step 1

A cast wheel is mounted to the flow forming drum and heat is applied.

Step 2

Hydraulic rollers stretch the wheel by applying pressure to to the barrel.

Step 3

The wheel’s material is stretched and compressed to achieve the desired width.

Step 4

Stretching the barrel material improves the grain structure of the aluminum, making a stronger and lighter barrel, similar to a forged wheel.