Want to Stand Out in 2020? Here are 5 New Car Rims to Consider!

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2020 Lincoln Aviator Black Label

2020 Lincoln Aviator Black Label in black

Slotting in smaller than the ginormous Lincoln Navigator, the 2020 Lincoln Aviator is a brand new face to the Lincoln line-up. Even though the Aviator isn’t the most well-known SUV, it surely made a BOLD presence at the 2019 Miami International Auto Show.

Lincoln decided to have the range-topping Black Label model on display, which holds a hefty price tag of just under $80,000 (in comparison to a base Aviator which stickers for less than $52,000)!

2020 Lincoln Aviator Black Label
Approx. $77,695
22-inch rims

That may sound like way too much money to most people, but for the ones that care about value, the Lincoln Aviator is just about as value-packed as it gets for a super luxurious 3-row SUV.

In other words, if you are considering any of the Aviator’s comparably equipped competitors, you’ll surely find yourself in the over $100,000 price range! Honestly, it is quite astonishing how Lincoln is able to bundle so much value at a relatively modest price point.

2020 Lincoln Aviator Black Label Rims

Now let’s focus the spotlight on those gorgeous, yet enormous 22-inch rims! These rims are exclusive to the Black Label model, and they feature a 12-spoke design that branches out to give the appearance of 24-spokes. At first glance, that design element makes these rims appear to have an infinite spoke design, which gives the illusion of a vortex.

Moreover, the mostly black design of the rims makes the Aviator appear more stealthy than its HUGE dimensions may suggest. Also, Lincoln’s choice of adding a splash of brushed aluminum allows for the rims to still exude utmost sophistication and lavishness.

Congratulations on snagging the number 1 spot, Lincoln! You absolutely blew us away with the rims on this 2020 Aviator!

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Hello there! My name is Marcus Walker, and I am the Founder & Editor-In-Chief of DriveAndBeDriven LLC. For as long as I can remember, I have always had a true passion for cars and trucks. Eventually, this TRUE PASSION resulted in the creation of DriveAndBeDriven. Over the past few years, I have been able to prosper as an automotive enthusiast through networking and the production of vehicle reviews. I am currently CHASING MY DREAMS to become an Automotive Engineer/Designer. My DRIVE, hard-work, determination, and faith will allow my dreams to become a reality!

39 thoughts on “Want to Stand Out in 2020? Here are 5 New Car Rims to Consider!

  1. Hey, “DriveAndBeDriven Drivers”!

    Welcome to DriveAndBeDriven’s very first blog post! I am looking forward to hearing your thoughts. Don’t hesitate to comment!

    Also, let me know what posts you’ll like to see in the future. Thanks so much, and be sure to STAY TUNED!

    ~Marcus

    1. This was really interesting and fun to read!I liked all of the rims but my favorite one was the 2020 Toyota Avalon TRD. I like that its completely black and has the bright TRD letters written. But what tops it all off is the red brake calipers. I think it makes everything cooler and more interesting to look at.

      1. Glad to hear that, Julian!

        Also, YES! It seems like lots of people are really loving the fully-blacked-out rims on the 2020 Avalon TRD. I have to admit that they are quite stylish and definitely quite unexpected… Especially from an Avalon. Not to mention, those red accents really help the rims “pop”. THANKS SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT! Stay tuned for more blogs coming soon. I had tons of fun creating this one.

    1. Thanks so much for commenting, Siddiqah! Your support is appreciated. Stay tuned for DriveAndBeDriven’s future posts!

  2. Excellent read. I really enjoyed it. Can’t wait for your future blog posts. It would be cool to see blogs about specific vehicles that you review. Thanks!

    1. I appreciate it, Cameron! I tried to break it down as much as possible while still making it an interesting read.

      I agree! The Giulia Quadrifoglio’s rims are absolutely stunning. In all honesty, it was such a close call! Thanks for commenting.

  3. It’s great to see someone bring attention to the rim’s of a vehicle. I think rims are an important attribute to all vehicle. Great blog. Can’t wait to see what’s coming next .

    1. Agreed! Some people may overlook vehicle rim designs, but in reality, rims can make or break the design of a vehicle. As I mentioned in this post, I believe an attractive set of rims on an automobile is equivalent to stylish shoes on a person.

      Thanks for reading through this blog. I truly appreciate your support!

  4. Very cool. Rims make such a difference in appearance. Personally I like a darker rim whether it be dark gray or even black. Depends on the vehicle though. Thanks for the post!

    1. Absolutely. Rims make such a difference in a vehicle’s appearance.

      Also, WOW! We have the same taste in rims! I personally really like darker finished rims, as well! Especially those that are accented with light brushed aluminum accents (with dark pockets). The contrast offers such a striking and bold appearance. Thanks for commenting, Nolan!

  5. I like the blog boss! It’s looking amazing! I would say the Avalon has the best looking rims though I can’t lie. Very performance oriented which I like personally. Can’t wait to see what else is to come!

    1. I really appreciate all the kind words, Gavan. I have poured my heart out into the layout and ergonomics of the site. Please, by any means, let me know about any areas that can use improvement. I am all ears.

      I agree with you, though! The rims on the Avalon TRD look stunning! Those red accents just make them perfectly appealing. Toyota really outdid themselves with the current-gen Avalon. Thanks for reading!

    1. Same here! Lincoln has really been bringing their “A-Game” when it comes to vehicle design, and the all-new Aviator is no exception to that.

      Thanks so much for commenting. I really appreciate you taking the time to read this blog. Much appreciation!

  6. Awesome post!!!! I love how detailed your vids and now articles are. I also love how you counted backwards 5,4,3,2,1. I might have to use that. Lol. Can’t wait to read more!!! Great job!

    1. Hey, Dawn! Thanks so much for stopping by to check out this post. I am so glad that my hard work can be seen. I truly try my best to produce the most in-depth and high-quality content I am capable of.

      Also, hahaha! So happy to hear that you liked my backward counting. I figured it’ll build up anticipation just a bit. Glad it worked.

      KEEP UP YOUR GREAT BLOGS, TOO! I really appreciate your continual support. Stay tuned!

  7. Fun fact, I didnt know the Avalon was around since 1994 I thought that was a recent car (like this generation recent). I know that’s a random fact that didn’t relate to the main idea of the blog, but if someone can learn something that’s outside of the main focus, that means you did a great job remaining factual! Keep the good work up!

    1. Hey, Samantha! That’s so awesome! Glad you learned something new from this blog post. You are absolutely correct! The fact that someone can learn something that’s outside of the main focus of a blog post is quite an accomplishment. I am very appreciative of your very genuine and extended comment. I will surely remain factual, while still mixing in in splashes of my personality. Be sure to stay tuned because there is lots of awesome content on the way!

    1. Indeed! The rims on the vehicles featured in this “Top 5 List” will surely help you stand out in 2020 (and the years after). In my opinion, rims to a car are like wearing a slick pair of shoes. They really can spice up a car making them stand out even more!

      Glad you enjoyed this blog post. Stay tuned for more coming soon, Youcef!

    1. So glad that you found this blog to be super high-quality! More content is on its way. Definitely stay tuned, and be sure to check out our YouTube page, if you haven’t already. Thank you!

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