Yes they are 19". 19x8.5 ET51 (Machined to that offset). They are from the same factory as Koya and roughly 9.5 to 9.7kg's in weight.Mind if i ask where u got them in 19 inch? I searched and could only find 20 inch ones :|
Yes, they look identical. "Exactly" identical in fact. Would not be surprized if they come from the same factory that produce the raw un-drilled/machined wheel where Envizio, Koya, etc. come from.There's an alternative in Europe, which looks the same - Forzza Oregon.
They are flow formed, so 18x8 ET40 weighs 9kg and 19x8.5 ET42 is 9.5kg...
Not sure about the quality, both should fit the i30n (the 19" just barely though). That candy red color would pop on a micron grey or white N
The 18s would be cheaper and probably slightly better. Just because of the added sidewall.Hey, it's probably too early to ask, but maybe there's some insider's info available already: do you know if 18''s will fit i30n Performance MY21 with its supposedly larger brakes and all? OTOH, I have yet to calculate what's
cheapercost-effective: good 19'' winter tires or good 18'' winter tires + a set of rims