Konig Hypergram 18×10.5 +25 HG08514256
About The Konig Hypergram
Konig Hypergram 18×10.5 +25 HG08514256 If you’ve been looking at aftermarket wheels or you’re well versed in the industry, there is no doubt you’ve heard of the Konig brand. Konig is known for their unparalleled dedication to developing and producing high quality wheels. The Konig Hypergram is motorsport inspired in it’s construction and appearance.
What Makes the Konig Hypergram So Good?
The Konig Hypergram is a twelve spoke wheel with thinner spokes to make this design stand out instead of seeming cluttered. It was designed to clear bigger brakes both stock and aftermarket but we always recommend checking with our team to confirm brake clearance on your specific vehicle.
What Makes the Konig Hypergram Special?
Each wheel is manufactured using Flow Forming Technology. This is one of the most cutting edge processes currently rising in popularity. Flow Forming involves applying pressure to the inner barrel while spinning the wheel after it has been casted.
This process stretches and compresses the aluminum which results in a lighter, stronger wheel that has increased elongation and a much greater shock resistance. If that wasn’t enough, this method also has the ability to increase load capacity over a traditional cast method.
What Sizes Does the Konig Hypergram Come In?
The Konig Hypergram is manufactured in an array of sizes and widths. The diameter for this model starts at 15 inches and goes as high as 18 inches. The width for each wheel ranges from 7.5 to 11 inches wide.
This model is offered in finishes like Race Bronze, Matte Grey, Metallic Carbon w/ Machined Lip, or Matte Black. Offsets are anywhere between +25 and +45 offset.
Konig Hypergram Key Features
- Flow Formed for added strength without added weight
- Engineered to clear many big brake cars and upgrades
- Twelve spoke design
- Variety of sizes and widths
- Lower offset options
If you’ve got larger brakes and you need a sharp wheel to clear those calipers, look no further than the Konig Hypergram.