Showing posts from April, 2019

2019 Maserati GranTurismo on 20" Blaque Diamond BD-F18

Maserati has always been mysterious. Everyone's heard of Maserati, but do you really know what it is? When you think Italian sports cars, Lamborghini and Ferrari jump to mind right away. So where does the Maserati fit in? 
First thing is first, the Maserati GranTurismo is absolutely stunning. No matter what angle you look at the car, you can see all the beautiful Italian lines. The car is very well put together from a design stand point. Since it's release in 2008, not much has changed in terms of styling other than some basic facelifts, but that's what makes this car unique. The design is timeless. 

Apart from its styling, the GT packs a huge punch. A 4.7-liter V8 built and developed by the boys over at Maranello (Ferrari) makes about 450hp and 390 lb-ft and revs to an impressive 7,500 RPM. You can top this thing out at 190 mph while hitting 60 mph in less than 5 seconds. Not too shabby.

So what makes this GT even more special? In typical Italian fashion, no outfit is co…

Jeep Wrangler Rubicon on 22" Concave BD-15 with Beefy M/T Tires

When most people think of a Jeeps; they think tough, dirty, and ready to go to work. For the most part you would be right to think that. The US Military has used Jeeps in the past and many other countries all over the world still rely on the Jeep to get them through rugged terrain on a daily basis. Although we fully respect the Jeep and its history, we thought it was about time to change things up.
Deep concave wheels have been a hit for cars and trucks alike, but it seems as though the Jeep has been left out of the equation. Why don't Jeep enthusiast run concave wheels? Well to be quite frank, there is no utility in it... or is there?

We have a fully equip Jeep Wangler Rubicon running one of Blaque Diamond's most versatile wheel, the BD-15. The BD-15 is sleek, elegant, and simple. It's everything you want and need in a 5 spoke wheel but has that touch of uniqueness that will demand attention, especially on a jeep with M/T tires. This Jeep is running 22" Black Diamon…

2018 Tesla Model 3 on 20" Gloss Black Blaque Diamond BD-1

Tesla's intended goal with the Model 3 was to introduce an all-electric vehicle for the masses. Turns out the Model 3 was direct competitor with luxury compact sedans from BMW, Mercedes and Audi. When the Model 3 was originally announced, Tesla made the claim that this will be the most affordable long range full-electric car. Well about 3 years later, the promised 35k model was finally announced this February. The standard model will earn you up to 220 miles of range all the way up to the long range version which will allow for 325 miles of range. 

Model 3's have been popping up everywhere, especially if you live in heavy populated metro cities such Los Angeles. Almost everywhere you look you will see one of these things whizzing by. So how does one stand out in a world full of Model 3's? Well, our friends over at Fantazy Motorsports in Thousand Oaks, CA have the answer. 

They have transformed your average Model 3 into something truly stunning. First order of business is …