Konig Hypergram Car Wheel Review

August 25, 2022

Is the Konig Hypergram A Good Car Wheel?

If you've been looking for a wheel that can take your car build to the next level both in terms of looks and performance, we've got just the model for you. Today, we're taking a look at the Konig Hypergram, another flow-form Konig wheel that brings top-tier design and high quality to the table. Check out its top features and specs below and grab yours today!

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Top Design Features and Construction of the Konig Hypergram Car Wheel

This right here is the Konig Hypergram, and it has a lightweight, rotary-formed 12-spoke design that's motorsports-inspired in its construction, appearance, and function. Function, in particular, refers to its flowform construction and ability to clear big fat brakes.

The flow forming that the Hypergram is made from is a really neat technology that allows this wheel to be kind of a hybrid between a cast and fully forged wheel. The process actually uses a bunch of heat and high pressure rollers to squeeze the barrel to its desired width - what this does is it aligns the molecules in such a way that significantly increases the strength of the wheel, thus allowing the use of less materials, which means less weight.

The design itself is certainly a more aggressive and functional look than you'd find with most other wheel types, and the 12 spokes have some milling and webbing to add some depth and increase the strength of the spokes themselves too. The two steps leading into that protruding-face design really makes this thing stand out and add a ton of depth to the lip - plus, we really like the way the mounting area is nice and flat here.

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2020 Mazda MX-5 Miata with Konig Hypergram wheels

Konig Hypergram Finish And Sizing Options

Finishes for the Hypergram come in four different variations - you have a fantastic-looking Matte Gray, but you'll also find a Race Bronze, Metallic Carbon face with a machined lip, and then also a Matte Black. Sizing is pretty diverse here too, with 15, 17 and 18-inch diameters starting with a 7.5-inch width and going all the way up to 11-wides - that's gonna hit those half-inch increments as well. The Hypergram is available to fit a ton of bolt patterns too, all of which we've listed below:

  • 4x100
  • 5x100
  • 5x108
  • 5x112
  • 5x114.3
  • 5x120

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How Much Does the Konig Hypergram Cost and Where Can I Buy One?

To say that the Hypergram is a universal wheel is a massive understatement, and the best part is that it works with any budget. Pricing for the Hypergram starts at $604 for a set of 15x7s and tops out only at $1080 for a set of the largest 18x11s in its lineup. The best part, though, is that the Hypergram is available in our inventory right now with free mounting, balancing, and shipping when you package it with new tires. Check out our Hypergram inventory today, or visit our fitment gallery to see the best Konig wheels to fit cars just like yours.

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