Everything new at CMS
We have completely reorganised our coustomer- and informationservice:
Our homepage has got a new look and is user-friendly for comuters as well as smartphones. The configurator and dealer shop have also been completely revised and are "state of the art".
With the new website, we offer a platform with clear services for consumers as well as for the specialist wheel trade as an exclusive procurement and mounting partner.
Everything new – also in print
To be able to provide detailed advice to the buyer at the point of sales, our customers already have the 2021 catalogues and design brochures hot off the press, because thogether with the website they are the best information when buying wheels in times without car shows.
As a long-time specialist for light alloy wheels, CMS responds with impressive new printed pieces: inspiration for explorers and exciting insights into development, production and safety with many interesting application pictures and details of the current wheel programme. By the way, you can also find both brochures for download here: https://cms-wheels.de
Spring Preview 2021
CMS bestseller in a new outfit for the spring season
In addition to the introduction of three new designs, CMS is expanding its produc range with new color variants for the spring season.
⇨ CMS C27 due to high demand, CMS completes the range family with the third color variant titanium gloss and new wheel sizes.
⇨ CMS C23 got a new cover in red front polished for 15" and 16" variants to continue the success in the niche segment of C17.
⇨ CMS C29 follows the current trend in black horn polished to meet the wishes of the demanding car enthusiast.
Take a look at our configurator. You will find many current approvals for electric and hybrid vehicles.
in case you have any questions, a friendly sales team will be happy to help you by phone on +49 6227 35 83 8-0.
CMS-C28 – HighEnd Performance in OEM Qualitay
The outstanding momentum in the design of the C28 is that everyone thinks you can see something different in it: Is it five V-spokes or five double spokes? Does the asymmetrical trapezoidal, almost organically flowing reinforcement of the spokes towards the hub represent a reminiscence of futuristic design language? Or is it intended to express the progressiveness in technology and environmental awareness on e-hybrid vehicles? - CMS explains in a nutshell: There are ten spokes whose unique shape is primarily intendet for performance, smoothness and power transmission.