In comparison, these are way better and completely change the look of the car ...
Thought it would be interesting to see some of the uglier and lesser known OEM wheels out there. (Aftermarket brands don't count).
I remember seeing these in the BMW accessory catalog around 10-15 years ago. These were for the E36, but there was a similar style for the E39 as well.
90's Accord wheel, usually found on models trimmed in mint green driven by older folks when new.
They looked exactly like hubcaps except they were aluminum wheels.
When so much can be done with aluminum, why not make an effort?
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The Optima Hybrid. It's unfortunate such a dashing car is saddled with such ugly wheels.
Late 90s CLKs equipped with these taxi-grade wheels. They look like what is found under a wheel cover.
I find most three and four-spoke designs to be unattractive and/or cheap looking.
2007 Mazda 3 s Grand Touring
I must be showing my age, but I find many of these very cool, especially in the days when they were new.
As for the guy who thinks the XJ220 wheels are ugly, well you must be blind or just not really like cars. Those are in my top 10 OEM wheels ever made.
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