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Ford Mustang GT Looks Like A Million Bucks With These New Vossen Wheels: Video

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High-end wheel manufacturer Vossen has come along with a sleek, sharp new wheel design dubbed “VFS-6.” To help show it off, the company enlisted the help of an S550 Ford Mustang GT, an ace camera operator, and some chill background music.

The results are pretty fantastic.

This Mustang GT’s Vossen VFS-6 wheels are made using an “advanced flow forming technology,” which allegedly imbues the cast wheels with greater strength and resistance to warping/cracking than the typical low-pressure casting process. The result is “a perfect blend between the affordability of a cast wheel and the strength and performance of a forged wheel,” says the company.

We can’t verify that. What we do know is that the “6-spoke mesh” design looks truly stunning on the latest Ford Mustang GT, granting the car a new, elevated presence. The gorgeousness of Vossen’s footage here (available at resolutions up to 2160p) certainly doesn’t hurt, either.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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  1. Any news on whether Ford will provide upgrades to Mustang GT to match available options on Camaro SS? Such as Brembo brakes at all 4 corners, magnetic suspension and/or dual mode exhaust?

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