With exceptional attention to detail, high quality, innovative technologies and an individual approach to every single wheel, Borbet, a small family company, became a global market leader. Their approach, developed in the 1950s, is still in use. That mixture of passion and professionalism gave birth to the high-tech model TL 5.
Its aerodynamic design actively affects the motor power transmission to the road, perfectly interacting with tyres and car systems. Thanks to the irregular arms, the wheel has a predatory style and looks very attractive both on the move and while standing. The insets on the arms highlight the three-dimensional look and visually enlarge the wheel.
Very wide bolt holes and the central attachment perfectly merge into the wheel and complement the entire design.
With an additional ring, Borbet TL 5 looks like it has multiple levels, while maintaining full structural stability.
Its convex arms smoothly move the air while driving, and thus minimise the impact of resistance on the speed. The model is additionally covered with a special lacquer layer, which prevents the accumulation of dirt and contamination particles inside the wheel, protecting it from corrosion and making it easier to clean.
Information on the manufacturer: The history of Borbet dates back to 1881, when Gustav Borbet and his brothers established a brass foundry. They started to manufacture wheels almost 90 years later, in the 1970s. Currently the brand is classified among the largest groups in the world, specialised in aluminium wheel production. Their products feature a very attractive design and a high quality, which come from the most advanced manufacturing processes and applied technological solutions.