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Produced by hand and TUV-approved in Germany, the new rims come in two specific designs: 6Sporz² and F.I.W.E.  The latter set is 9.5x20-inch at the front, with 265/35 Pirelli tires, and 11x5x21-inch with 315/30 at the rear, and has the centerpiece finished in the same shade as the car, combined with glossy polished stainless steel outside rims.

Those looking for a more striking appearance can choose the 6Sporz², which are offered in 21 and 22 inch diameters. They feature a carbon look surface on the centers, whereas the outside parts are coated in the sports car's color, and in their most special form, they're sized at 9x5x22-inch at the front, with 265/30 Continental SportContact 6 tires, and 11.5x22-inch at the rear, wrapped in 305/25 rubber. 

For their next trick, Wheelsandmore will roll out valve-flap controlled exhaust components and sports catalytic converters. Moreover, the tuner is also testing a bunch of other performance upgrades, and once completed, these are expected to push the DB11's output from the current 608 PS (600 HP) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque, to at least 700 PS (690 HP) and 820 Nm (605 lb-ft) of torque. 

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