Automotive communities are able to regulate and assess the quality of newly manufactured automotive parts such as wheels and tires by setting standards in order to guarantee customer satisfaction. Since the emergence of the VMR brand its wheels have continued to improve in quality and sophistication. This has earned the VMR brand outstanding appraisals from gear heads such as the Audi automobile brand and the Audizine community, the E46 fanatic user and Yelp review. The VMR sets the pace with quality wheels, great fitting and finishing distinguishing itself from its competitors.
VMR wheels are produced at highly recognized ISO-9001:2000 certified facilities where research and development provides manufacturers with the most current technologies and application to optimize and enhance manufacturing processes. This helps in achieving superior wheels with attributes that appeal to today’s market. VMR wheels have a fitting that is equaled to original wheels and have no use for installation kits. It is also imperative to add that the VMR meets and exceeds strength requirements which are set by JWL/VIA/TUV. Built with strength and ability like no other, the VMR brand of wheels come in numerous colors and designs, from the simple to the most over-the-top complex.
The flow formed and the luxury series are two major series. The flow formed are exquisite designs with web like pattern which includes the V710FF, V803, V804, and the V810, while the luxury series are easy on the eyes with lavish of ostentation. Its series include the V701, V702, V703, V705, V706, V710 and the likes. Breaking boundaries in wheel technology and bringing innovation to the auto industry is the core value exhumed in the designs and finishing of the most recent wheels which portrays an extensive array of highly improved topnotch alloys. Yes, it is true that the performance and beauty of a vehicle is highly dependent on its wheel and tires. The VMR seems to have that covered and with increasing development in technology one can only expect unrelenting standards in durability, strength and quality of subsequent series.1