Miami-based Vossen Wheels posted images on its Instagram account of a 2021 Cadillac Escalade fitted with a set of 24-inch, six-spoke silver Vossen HF6-2 wheels.
Polished by neighboring company Miami Power Wheels, the HF6-2s will either appeal to Cadillac Escalade enthusiasts or, alternatively, not. They certainly give the full-size SUV a more sporting look, though it would be more difficult to say they enhance its luxury aspect.
Vossen describes the HF6-2 as one of its Hybrid Forged six-lug designs, a description which gives the wheel its name. Its appearance is simpler than that of the HF6-1, which has 12 spokes. Vossen has recently released two more wheels in the series, named – you probably saw this coming – HF6-3 and HF6-4. Vossen produces many more ranges of wheels, but HF6 is the only one specifically intended for trucks and SUVs.
All four are available in diameters of 20 inches, 22 inches and, as seen here, 24 inches. Prices start at $599 per wheel, which makes these among the more affordable of Vossen’s products. In the case of the HF6-2, the 20-inch and 22-inch wheels are both 9.5 inches wide, while the 24-inch wheel is 10 inches wide. In addition to the silver finish shown here, there are four more standard colors: Tinted Gloss Black, Tinted Matte Bronze, Brushed Matte Black and Tinted Matte Gunmetal.
If none of those seems satisfactory, there are also nine custom colors to choose from: Textured Bronze, Satin Silver, Satin Bronze, Satin Black, Matte Black, Gloss Silver, Gloss Gold, Gloss Black and Anthracite.
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Although it is impossible to spend less than $2,400 for a set of Vossen wheels, this is unlikely to deter U.S. Cadillac Escalade owners, more than 40 percent of whom have spent over $100,000 on their vehicles. Cadillac is currently offering a $9,500 cashback rebate, but it applies only to the earlier-generation 2020 Escalade. No such offer is available for the 2021 model, and it seems unlikely that one will be required to boost sales at this early stage.
This post was created in collaboration with our sister publication, Cadillac Society.