The third-generation Mazda RX-7 (and any RX-7 for that matter) doesn’t really need modifications to stand out on the street. Mazda gave it smooth lines and great proportions straight from the factory — not to mention the mental twin-turbo Wankel engine.
While the above statements are true, they don’t change the fact that the RX-7 is a favorite for tuning companies. What you see here is a Rocket Bunny RX-7 riding on SC20 Classic forged alloys from Strasse Wheels.
The striking concave rims feature a Gloss Brushed center, High Polish lip, and Gloss Black hardware combination that help them send a retro and modern vibe at the same time. While the “SC20” in the name suggests they’re 20-inch wheels (not to mention the fact they look huge fitted to this RX-7), their actual size is 18×9.5 at front and 18×10.5 at the rear.
One reason for which the wheels appear to be bigger is the fact that the blue 1993 RX-7 has virtually no suspension travel. The car is so close to the ground that the passengers probably get tickled by every small stone they drive over.
If the wheels caught your attention, you should know the Miami-based manufacturer makes them in sizes ranging from 18 to 24 inches, with widths spanning 4.5 to 13 inches. They are available with a five or six-lug bolt pattern and can also be ordered in a center lock configuration.