BMW cars have this signature class with them; the way they look, how they perform, and how intricately they’re engineered. But, what could make a car, that’s already looking good, even better? Well, it’s simple, and one of the fastest ways is to install a set of pretty rad wheels.
Concept One Wheels expanded the wheel selection in the Philippines, and it’s something BMW and other European-car owners would be very happy to hear about. Breyton Wheels, Germany’s BMW-specializing wheel brand, is now exclusively distributed in the country.
Breyton has 30 years of wheel design experience and manufacturing. Over the years, the company has been using high-quality aluminum, forged into light, reliable, and sleek rim designs. We say reliable because all designs passed the Technischer Überwachungsverein (TÜV) certification, a German safety monitoring agency. That’s aside from the fact that the company uses computer-aided design and computer aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) in its products.
Founded in 1986 by Engr. Edmund Breyton, Breyton Wheels continues to look for better ways of providing its customers with exceptional driving experience. The company emerged out of Breyton’s engineering office, EBS, which had been in operation in Stockach, Germany since 1982. It used to design early parts and wheels for AMG, Lorinser, AC Schnitzer, and BMW’s M Performance division – all of which are German brands.
“We give all our thoughts and all our devotion to our customers’ needs, who care about our products as much as we do. This results in increased safety, delicate design and minimal weight - the expectation of every Breyton product.”
Since then, European car-owners around the world have been enjoying high quality and sleek rim designs that perfectly match their cars. And now that Concept One Wheels has successfully brought in Breyton Wheels, European-car enthusiasts may express themselves the way they should, get themselves a set of wheels of German engineering.
The Concept One Wheels’ main showroom is located in San Juan, with a satellite branch in Bonifacio Global City (BGC) satellite branch.