Italian style

Alloy wheels from Momo

Published:  04 June, 2014

A new range of wheels has been created by Italian styling firm Momo, to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The M-50 has ten blade-like spokes and a large centre cap which covers the fixing bolts. The wheel comes in Hypersilver finish and four or five stud fitments. It is compatible with runflats and TPMSs, sizes 16" to 18" are offered.

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