Striking Satin Black Tesla Model X Joins a Range Rover Sport SVR Rocking ADV.1’s

ADV15 M.V2 SL Series / ADV08 FLOWSpec

The Range Rover Sport SVR features a set of ADV15 M.V2 SL Series two-piece concave forged wheels, while the Tesla Model X comes with a set of ADV08 FLOWSpec flow formed concave monoblock wheels

The two cars in question here have a lot in common, but they are completely different at the same time. The first one is a conventionally ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) powered Range Rover Sport SVR, the second one, a futuristic fully electric Tesla Model X 100D. Both vehicles serve a similar purpose: hauling seven people in luxury and comfort. However, they do it in two completely different ways.

The Range Rover Sport SVR is powered by a 5.0-liter Supercharged V8 engine, delivering 575 horsepower and 516 lb-ft (700Nm) of torque. It can propel the large SUV from 0-60mph )0-97km/h) in 4.3 seconds and thanks to its unique and muscular design, the Range Rover Sport SVR is one of the most appealing luxury SUVs available on the market today.

On the other hand, the Tesla Model X 100D is a fully electric luxury seven-seater people hauler that can do some pretty amazing things.  The falcon-winged door EV comes with some impressive power. The vehicle utilizes two electric motors, each powering one axle, rated at 259 horsepower and 243 lb-ft of torque. In turn, they deliver a mighty shove of their own, resulting in an impressive Tesla estimated zero-to-60-mph time (0-97km/h) of just 4.7-seconds. The Model X comes with an EPA rated range of 295 miles, thanks to its potent, 100.0-kWh battery pack tucked beneath the floor. In turn, this makes it the longest-range electrified crossover on the market.

For both vehicles, the OEM wheel setup may be enough for some owners as it looks pretty good. However, for an ever-growing large group of owners, going with an aftermarket set of wheels is a must. Hence, the owners of these two luxury vehicles turned over to us for a new wheel setup.

The Range Rover Sport SVR features a set of our ADV15 M.V2 SL Series two-piece concave forged wheels, sized a staggering 24×10 in the front, and 24×10 in the rear. The wheels come with a Matte Black finish and an Exposed Titanium Hardware option, giving this British luxury SUV an outstanding exterior look.

On the other hand, this beautiful Satin Black Tesla Model X 100D comes with a set of our recently revealed ADV08 FLOWSpec flow formed wheels. For this build, the wheels are sized 22×9.5 and 22×10.5 in the front and rear, respectively. The wheels feature a clean Satin Black finish, working perfectly with the exterior of this car.

Both these wheels are available for ordering right away! However, the Model X wheels can be ordered online, through our FLOWSpec wheel store. However, please contact us prior to ordering to ensure you’ve got the utmost correct fitment chosen for your vehicle and our sales team will help you with the entire wheel configuration process.

In the meantime, please grab a detailed look at the media gallery of these two vehicles, sitting on top of custom-made wheels, thanks to a Marcel Lech photoshoot, right below.