We recently covered a video from Vossen Wheels that featured the 2020 Corvette riding on a set of Hybrid Forged HF-5 rollers, prompting a flurry of comments divided over how the black wheels look on the Sebring Orange Tintcoat Vette. However, as several of the commenters pointed out, the rainy setting made it difficult for some watchers to see the new wheel combo clearly. Luckily, anyone looking to get a better picture of the combo can hit play on this follow-up video, which places another Vossen-equipped Vette on drier country roads in Colorado.
The video is two minutes, 44 seconds long, and once again includes some fantastic, high-quality shots of the 2020 Corvette as it blasts around the mountainous Colorado terrain.
The first few shots show the 2020 Corvette on a lift as the new Vossen HF-2 wheels are mounted and the suspension is lowered to match. With everything back where it belongs, the Vette is dropped to the ground, everything is aligned, and then it’s out to the countryside for some two-lane fun.
With some heavy beats blasting in the background, we see the Vette ply along the backroads on its new wheels, eventually heading to downtown Denver, where it posts up at a parking garage.
While not as dark and drizzly as the previous video, the weather in this new video is a little overcast. That said, we do get a much better picture of what these rollers look like.
These particular Vossen Hybrid Forged HF-2 wheels are sized at 20 inches by 9 inches in front, and 21 inches by 12 inches in the rear. Vossen offers sizing up to 22 inches in diameter and 12 inches in width, with pricing starting at $649 per wheel.
What do you think, dear reader? Does this video paint the new plus-sized wheels in a better light, or are they not to your taste? Let us know by voting in the poll, and subscribe to GM Authority for more mid-engine Corvette news, Corvette C8 news, Corvette news, Chevrolet news, and 24/7 GM news coverage.