Nothing makes a statement quite like a lifted Chevy Silverado on a set of aftermarket wheels, as evidenced by this particular examples riding on Lexani XVR1 Insane rollers in the following brief feature video.
Coming to us from the LexaniTV YouTube channel, the video is a little over 1 minute long, and shows the modified Chevy Silverado both parked and on the move. The video includes plenty of beauty shots and details, and, unsurprisingly, focuses quite a bit on those impressive Lexani wheels.
The first thing to grab us is the stance, with this Chevy Silverado standing tall thanks to a massive aftermarket lift. This obviously gives the upgraded rollers underneath loads of room to work with in terms of sizing and tire choices.
The wheels themselves are also worth consideration. True to the name, the Lexani XVR1 Insane wheels look pretty wild, with a rotating turbine design that incorporates seven spokes extending outwards from the circular center. Each spoke terminates in a sort of blade-like hook design that connects it to the outer rim, with a variety of inner CNC design work to complement. The outer edge of the wheel also proudly declares the Lexani logo and forged production.
In terms of sizing, the Lexani XVR1 Insane wheel is available in 20-inch, 22-inch, and 24-inch diameters, with wheel width offered at either 12 inches or 14 inches.
The wheel is finished in gloss black, while the CNC design work is offered in white, teal, red, or blue. This particular Chevy Silverado is running the blue accents, which is complemented with custom blue finishes for the Z71 badges on the fenders and Chevy Bow Tie badging on the front fascia. The rest of the truck is black, with a black-out treatment added to the grille, the tailgate, and elsewhere. The windows are also heavily tinted, adding to the aesthetic, while a matte-black wrap was applied to the flanks of the vehicle and in the rear.
Check out the full vide right here: