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Trying to research new aftermarket 20" wheels, maybe even 19". But for 20", aftermarket wheel offsets (without customization) seem to be way too aggressive. I measured my 20" tires (not wheels) to fender, and the front has about 3-4mm available to go out before poking out too much, and the rear had about 7-8mm.

Please post your aftermarket wheel setups and tire/wheel size. 17" or 18" wheels also welcome!

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Seems like EV6 and GV60 wheels are same size and offsets as I5, so would fit. Here are two GV60 wheels, 20" and 21". I like the 21" design, but wonder the loss of performance/efficiency. The Limited 20" wheels are starting to grow on me though.

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Corrected thank you. Yes they are TSW. They were on my 21 Tucson I sold to get I5. No tinting yet. Only mods are wheels, badge covers front and back and Ioniq 5 off the back.
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Anyone change to OEM 20'' wheels?
What did you bought, technically speaking?

I'm hesitating to buy the wheels I like beacause the offset isn't the same:
Wheel Diameter -- 20 in.
Wheel Width -- 8.5
Offset -- 40
 

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Anyone change to OEM 20'' wheels?
What did you bought, technically speaking?

I'm hesitating to buy the wheels I like beacause the offset isn't the same:
Wheel Diameter -- 20 in.
Wheel Width -- 8.5
Offset -- 40
Relating to the Genesis GV60 wheels I posted earlier, the wheel offset website wheel-size.com isn’t accurate, Korean sites show them with et43.5 offset, so there goes that.

Which wheels are you looking at? With that offset, it will stick out 14.5mm. Depending if you are ok with the look, also if any issues with rubbing, would need to go to narrower tire probably 245’s.
 

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Anyone change to OEM 20'' wheels?
What did you bought, technically speaking?

I'm hesitating to buy the wheels I like beacause the offset isn't the same:
Wheel Diameter -- 20 in.
Wheel Width -- 8.5
Offset -- 40
It should be almost the same as rwilson’s setup up top, except 20” wheels.
 

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Trying to research new aftermarket 20" wheels, maybe even 19". But for 20", aftermarket wheel offsets (without customization) seem to be way too aggressive. I measured my 20" tires (not wheels) to fender, and the front has about 3-4mm available to go out before poking out too much, and the rear had about 7-8mm.

Please post your aftermarket wheel setups and tire/wheel size. 17" or 18" wheels also welcome!

19": Tire 235/55R19 Wheel 7.5Jx19 ET49.5
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20": Tire 255/45R20 Wheel 8.5Jx20 ET54.5
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Thanks for your answers! I appreciate.

I'm lookingat the Rotiform BLQ.
Offset is actually at 35.

When you say that you measured the fender space and there's 3-4mm before poking out too much do you mean visually the'll poke out or that the tires will touch the fender?

I'm ok for the wheels to look a bit ''outside'', I actually think it'll look nice. But, as I don't have the car yet, I want to make sure that the tires wont rub on fenders...

Thanks again!
Martin
 

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Thanks for your answers! I appreciate.

I'm lookingat the Rotiform BLQ.
Offset is actually at 35.

When you say that you measured the fender space and there's 3-4mm before poking out too much do you mean visually the'll poke out or that the tires will touch the fender?

I'm ok for the wheels to look a bit ''outside'', I actually think it'll look nice. But, as I don't have the car yet, I want to make sure that the tires wont rub on fenders...

Thanks again!
Martin
Love those wheels. Please share pictures when it's actually mounted.
 

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Unless the car was lowered, it wouldn't look right in my opinion. A little poke is usually ok, but this car sits pretty high from the top of the tire. I think Eibach has lowering springs, but I'm going to wait to see what the N I5 uses (assuming they lower the car a tad). I'm coming from a lowered civic, and I'm not ready to have to deal with hitting driveways at sharp angles with a super lower EV.
 

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Unless the car was lowered, it wouldn't look right in my opinion. A little poke is usually ok, but this car sits pretty high from the top of the tire. I think Eibach has lowering springs, but I'm going to wait to see what the N I5 uses (assuming they lower the car a tad). I'm coming from a lowered civic, and I'm not ready to have to deal with hitting driveways at sharp angles with a super lower EV.
Ok but I mean, look aside, would it be problematic, do you thing the tires could to the fender when, let’s say, passing over a speed bump?
 
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