Custom wheels are as much a big deal among car enthusiasts as building your dream car from the ground up. In fact, custom wheels are just the tip of the iceberg when you start designing and building your dream car. Here are some the wilder options coming out from wheel designers and wheel crafters.
LED Glow Wheels
Pick a color. Pick any color. If you have a favorite color, you can make your wheels light up that color. Purple, pink, yellow, green, blue, red, orange and white are all available. Some are more neon-hued than others. You can really make your wheels stand out with these kits that customize your vehicle's wheels and tires. An auto mechanic can install the lighting for you if you do not want to mess with anything electrical yourself.
Blue or Red Flames
They are not real flames, but the way these lights move, dance, and illuminate your wheels, you would swear that they they were real. People are going to want to come up to your car and try to touch these "flames" before they realize that the "flames" are not real flames at all. The effect is very cool, and one you have to see for yourself.
High Roller Wheels
If you love to gamble, and you love roulette tables, try this on for size. The hubs of your custom tires and wheels look just like spinning roulette wheels. The hubs even spin when your car is no longer in motion. The center bolt and cap is the center of each hub cap, but like the other wheels you have seen in shops where the hub caps spin, this bolt cap is actually the post around which your "roulette wheels" spin. These look especially nice on a red or black luxury vehicle with personalized plates mentioning something about casinos or gambling.
Now You See the Art, Now You Do Not
Have you seen those drawings and paintings where they do not look like much more than a few scribbles of color or black and white ink? Then when you spin these artworks, the lines of color or black and white all blur together to create an actual, jaw-dropping picture. You can do that with hub caps on wheels. It will take an artist to hand paint the hub caps, but when they are finished, people will do a double-take every time you slow down, stop, and then speed up again.