ANRKY AN18 Aftermarket Wheels on Taycan Turbo S

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That looks amazing. I'm still searching for ideal offset values for a flush aggressive stance. Anyone have ET numbers for any of these posted wheels and pics?
 

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That looks amazing. I'm still searching for ideal offset values for a flush aggressive stance. Anyone have ET numbers for any of these posted wheels and pics?
I came here for exactly this question! I believe the factory wheels have an offset of 60 on the 21" option which is 9.5" wide. If you want to go a bit wider you'd need to accomodate that as well. I had 305's on my other car for traction but I haven't yet had any issues with traction on my Turbo so don't know that I need to add the weight and cost to go wider but I for sure what to push the wheel face out a smidge.
 
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I came here for exactly this question! I believe the factory wheels have an offset of 60 on the 21" option which is 9.5" wide. If you want to go a bit wider you'd need to accomodate that as well. I had 305's on my other car for traction but I haven't yet had any issues with traction on my Turbo so don't know that I need to add the weight and cost to go wider but I for sure what to push the wheel face out a smidge.
Taycan 21" is 11.5" wide on rear.
 

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Taycan 21" is 11.5" wide on rear.
I have 20" on my Turbo as I didn't like the other options so I had only looked at the sticky in this forum section which listed 9.5". I just pulled the manual and see what you're saying now.

Edit from manual:
FA: 9,5J x 21, RO 60
RA: 11,5J x 21, RO 66
 

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I came here for exactly this question! I believe the factory wheels have an offset of 60 on the 21" option which is 9.5" wide. If you want to go a bit wider you'd need to accomodate that as well. I had 305's on my other car for traction but I haven't yet had any issues with traction on my Turbo so don't know that I need to add the weight and cost to go wider but I for sure what to push the wheel face out a smidge.
I’m still searching! If I had to guess from photos (I don’t have my car yet), I’d say the rear can come out 10-12mm and the front 8–10mm. But I don’t want to make a $5000 “guess”!!!
 

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So can you fit a 19x11 with 45 offset on the front if you wanted to go to a staggered look? Is there clearance for that?
 
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