Hobbies Cars & Motorcycles Spruce Up Your Car With the Top Aftermarket Wheels Share PINTEREST Email Print Betty Burger / EyeEm / Getty Images Cars & Motorcycles Cars Tires & Wheels Buying & Selling Basics How Tos Reviews Tools & Products Classic Cars Exotic Cars Corvettes Mustangs Motorcycles Used Cars SUVs Trucks ATVs & Off Road Public Transportation By Sean Phillips Updated June 08, 2019 If you're a car enthusiast and want to make your vehicle stand out, aftermarket wheels are a great way to do so. You can spend as little as a couple hundred dollars for a set of simple aluminum-alloy wheels to give your sedan some sparkle. Or you could drop a couple thousand dollars on magnesium-alloy wheels and low-profile tires to improve performance. How much you ultimately spend will be determined by whether you're seeking a cosmetic upgrade or a serious racing boost. Although each of these 9 aftermarket wheels are fantastic choices to improve your car's appearance, one truly stands out. BBS Super RS BBS The classic basketweave pattern on this BBS wheel evokes memories of drop top roadsters and German autobahns. BBS has been making these wheels since 1983, and they're a solid choice for any classic 1980s or '90s German car, such as the Audi A5, or a '90s Mazda Miata. They're available in silver, gold, and black brightwork. BBS CX BBS If you want the BBS name but prefer a more modern design, their CX wheel is a good choice. These twisted, overlapping, dual-color spokes are seamlessly integrated into the wheel frame and would look great on any sports sedan, new or vintage. ADV.1 ADV7 ADV.1 Wheels, Inc. ADV.1 pioneered this exciting “deep concave” design style that is working its way through the industry. The ADV7 is a great example of this style, with the subtle inward curve of the spokes towards the center plate and the very interesting way that they meet the dish. They look at home on Range Rovers and Porsches. OZ Racing Cortina Tire Rack, Inc. Another wheel that uses color to punch up a multi-spoke design, the Cortina is definitely easy on the eyes. Designed and built in Italy, these magnesium-alloy wheels are available in matt black or slate gray. These are also an excellent, elegant choice for a Rover or Porsche. Enkei GW8 Tire Rack, Inc. Minimalist red plastic inserts and a jagged, asymmetrical spoke design make the GW8 one of Enkei's most distinctive works of wheel art. They look great on pocket rockets like the Hyundai Veloster or the Mini Cooper. These wheels have also appeared on limited runs of Ford's Fiesta performance models TSW Silverstone The black spiderweb design of the TSW Silverstone wheel The Silverstone's dead-black inner looks great in the daylight and appears to be floating in midair at night. Available in silver or gloss black, these wheels have a mod-meets-classic design that will dress up luxury sedans like the BMW 7 series. American Racing Torq Thrust American Racing American Racing specializes in wheels for muscle cars, and this model is one of their iconic designs. Pair these with a Detroit muscle car, like the Camaro or Mustang, or a Japanese sports sedan, like the Acura ILX. Enkei RC-G4 Enkei If you've got a Subaru WRX or a Honda Civic Si, show off your fast and furious side with these aggressive wheels. Enkei designs for the racing world, and these wheels would complement any Japanese or Korean car you've modified. This model is available in gold or white. Carbon Revolution CR9 Carbon Revolution These carbon-fiber wheels are striking—and strikingly expensive. At around $15,000 per set, depending on the retailer, these are for serious car enthusiasts. You'll find Carbon Revolution wheels on luxury and sports cars, like the Porsche 911, that have been customized by aftermarket dealers.