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Nov 29, 2012

Audi S7 | New CEC c884 Multi-Piece Forged

Revealed at the 2012 SEMA show this year was our new CEC c884 Multi-Piece Forged wheel which joins the already extensive CEC Wheel Collection. Given the popularity of our original c884 Forged and the new c884 monoblock alloy, the c884 MP-Forged was the perfect way to complete the clean and modern five-spoke design, offering infinite application possibilities. Seen here on one of the first 2013 Audi S7's sold in North America, the c884 MP-Forged really compliments the distinguished profile of the S7. For this year’s SEMA show, this S7 presented our c884 MP-Forged wheels on 10.5x21" in a custom Matte White/Machined face and Matte White lip finish. The wheels are wrapped with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires in 295/25-21 sizing all the way around to provide the ultimate road handling performance that this four-door coupe demands. An additional custom finish that helps to showcase the concave profile of the c884 MP-Forged is a Machined Face/ Matte White center ring and windows with a Gloss Black lip finish. This distinction in the finish gives you the impression that the spokes are floating as the Gloss Black lip blends in with the color of the Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. As an entirely different look, the passenger side of the same S7 featured a reversed Matte Black Face/Matte White center ring and windows with Gloss Black lip finish. This brilliant finish decision creates such a unique and classy look passerby’s can’t but help to take a second look at the exquisite detail of the new c884 MP-Forged.

Shown on the new 2013 Audi S7 above, 3M debuted the new elegant Matte Pearl White 1080 Series Wrap Film at the 2012 SEMA show in the CEC booth, which was professionally installed by the 3M Master Quality Technicians at Spin Imaging. The 3M 1080 Series Wrap Film comes in a huge variety of colors & finishes including matte, gloss, carbon and textured finishes.

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