Coventry Wheels Introduces Its Newest Aftermarket Wheel Exclusively for Jaguar Motor Cars

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New Warwick model is available in sizes that support staggered fitments and in finishes to complement any Jaguar.

Custom Jaguar Wheels by Coventry

Custom Jaguar Wheels by Coventry

Coventry Wheels embraces the upper crust design sensibilities of Jaguar and engineers wheels that ensure an entirely proper fitment. That is reflected in our new Warwick model

Coventry Wheels, which designs, engineers and manufactures custom wheels exclusively for Jaguar sports cars and luxury sedans, has introduced a third design to their product offerings. The new Jaguar wheel, named the Warwick after the English city where Jaguars are built, has been designed expressly for Jaguars and is meant to visually enhance any Jaguar to which it is fitted.

“Jaguar design can only be described as “classic,” so very British and utterly timeless,” observed Terence Scheckter, Coventry Wheels Managing Director. “Coventry Wheels embraces the upper crust design sensibilities of Jaguar and engineers wheels that ensure an entirely proper fitment. That is reflected in our new Warwick model,” Scheckter added.

The Warwick has a first rate appearance featuring ten narrow gauge paired spokes, each cast in exquisite detail meant to evoke English Waterford crystal. The Warwick is available finished in sterling or gloss black with a bright machined face and a stainless chrome lip, which is quite prominent, up to 3 inches.

The new Warwick joins the Whitley and the Hornet in the Coventry product catalog. The Whitley is a handsome 15-spoke wheel. The hub and spokes are joined to the outer barrel by 30 prominent aircraft fasteners for a precision handcrafted look. The Whitley is available finished in chrome or in either gloss black or hyper silver with a mirror cut lip, and in diameters from 17 to 20 inches. The Hornet is a bold five-spoke design, also featuring aircraft fasteners at the perimeter of the recessed hub and spokes. The beefy, rounded spokes have a subtle curve as they radiate from the hub, The Hornet is available finished in chrome or in high gloss silver with a mirror cut lip.

Coventry Jaguar rims are available to fit a wide range of Jaguar models and the currently available products include F type wheels, X type wheels, S type wheels, XF wheels, XK wheels and XJ wheels, all engineered with the correct offset, bolt pastern, center bore size and load rating. This assures that each wheel fits its target Jaguar without adapters or compromises, providing a snug fit over the hub to ensure a smooth, safe ride.

Coventry Jaguar wheels enthusiastically supports the staggered fitment concept, now widely adopted by automobile manufacturers. In a staggered fitment, rear axle wheels and tires are a bit wider than those fitted to the front axle. This not only gives the vehicle an assertive, dynamic posture but also adds traction to the drive wheels while accelerating or cornering. Accordingly, the Warwick is available in two upsized dimensions, 20 and 21 inches, in 9-inch widths for the front axle and 10.5-inch widths on the rear.

The Coventry Wheels website, at provides a range of helpful shopping tools for Jaguar owners, starting, of course, with large studio photos of each wheel that can be downloaded. A user favorite is the Configurator tab, which enables Jag fans to pull up an image on their year, model and color Jaguar and then “test fit” each of the seven Coventry design/finish combinations. Serious shoppers should use the Fitment Guide to determine which wheel sizes and specifications fit their year and model jaguar to ensure a precise fitment. The Gallery tab accesses dozens of photos uploaded by actual Coventry owners for a real world perspective. Certified Coventry dealers can use the website to check daily inventory in Coventry’s Huntington Beach, California warehouse. Orders placed by 4pm ET are shipped the same day. Shoppers can use the website’s zip code locator to find a dealer near them, or to find a Canadian dealer.

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