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I hope they fit as I am going to look for something similar next spring.... please report back and let us know..... I will be keeping my snow tires on the oem rims.

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My dealer says the stock Evoque a basic 5 bolt pattern with no back spacing". Is this your understanding too?
 

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I've been dealing with a local tire shop here and with some Wheel manufacturers and if you take off your stock Rim the bolt pattern/offset/size is stamped right on the rim.

I have the style 6 on mine and it says 5:108 bolt pattern, 19x9,+45 offset. I want to get 20's too but the bolt pattern and offset combo is not so standard.

The only company that has decent rims for the evoque currently IMO is Vossen. I contacted them directly and they don't have a lot of stock for our bolt pattern. The only ones available right now are:
-Vossen VVS082, Black Machined /Stainless Lip, 20" (Vossen Wheels)
-Vossen VVS083, Black Machined /Stainless Lip, 20" (Vossen Wheels)

There are even pics of a Coupe Evoque on their site for the VVS083.

I myself will be waiting it out to see what other aftermarket options there are.
 

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Folks,
I'm heavily into finding wheels and tires, oversized, for my car. I stumbled onto the TSW website and they actually have wheels for the Evoque with pictures of the car and the various wheels. Of course the ones I like are not in stock, you can do an inventory search. There are numerous other wheels that you may like. Also, our center bore is 63.4 MM. I've got the style 7 20 inch wheels,. I best take one off and look at it's width. I was told they are 8 inches wide. If they are 9.0 inches wide that changes all the specs I'm using in the above web site. I honestly think I can get a 20 x 10 wheel with an offset (ET) of 33mm and 295/45 or 40 tire into the wheel wells. (I hate skinny tires) I also was told about "Forgestar" wheels. They can make any bolt pattern and offset you want if you're willing to wait 8-10weeks. I called them and asked. I also talked to Vossen. They may have some 20's but I was told that the ones I like will not be available until the end of the year. East Coast Tire in Asheboro NC 336-629-5900 has some 22's that work on the Evoque. Ask for Oscar. I think a 285/45 tire would be perfect...they don't make them. A 285/40? two brands are made, both $500. plus each.

Alloy Wheels by TSW

Forgestar Wheels Custom Rotary Forged Flow Formed Concave Performance Wheels


My wheels specs are, I think, 20 x 8, 45mm offset (et), 5 x 108 bolt pattern with a center hub of 63.4mm. I'm still working on it.
 

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Just jacked my car. The style 7 wheels are 8 inches wide. If you take a tape measurer to them they'll measure out cosniderably wider. Obviously the 8 inches is on the inside of the lips.
 

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Wow, nothing is ever easy. Vossen no longer has the wheels,20s or 22s that fit the Evoque. The factory in FL says end of year. Dealer is trying to tell me 30-45 days. The TSW wheels are unavailable as well, at least the ones I like. A dealer says 60-90 days before available. Forgestar appears to be the only one that will work.
 

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I hope they fit as I am going to look for something similar next spring.... please report back and let us know..... I will be keeping my snow tires on the oem rims.Paul
Hi Paul,What did you do with the OEM tires? I kept my 19" wheels for winter and got a 20" pkge, but now I have to figure out what to do with 19" wheels with 100 miles on them. Anyone know where they can be sold?



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