Ken Block Introduces A Signature Range Of High-Performance Off-Road Wheels

Nov 25, 2020

Category: Rides

Despite having already spent several years competing in the World Rally Championship, it wasn’t until 2008 that Ken Block first appeared on the radar of the larger automotive community with the release of the Long Beach native’s inaugural Gymkhana video in 2008.

Since then, Block has transformed into nothing short of an automotive legend, with the world-famous driver perpetually involved in a myriad of vehicular pursuits and projects, the latest of which sees the Hoonigan co-founder join forces with Rotiform for a new collection of signature Ken Block wheels. Dubbed the “Fuel Block,” this collection takes obvious inspiration from custom off-road wheels, with a six-arm design that basts a simulated Beadlock ring and Block’s signature “#43” race number, along with embossed “Fuel” branding. Manufactured in matte black, anthracite, or bronze finishes, this new off-road rim lineup adds to Wheel Pros’—Rotiform’s parent company—catalog of more than 300 custom wheel styles. Pricing and availability have yet to be revealed, though for more information you can check out the full press release linked below.

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