Its formative years might have been spent pounding around the race circuits of the world, yet the Ronal Turbo has actually been available for road use since 1983, the year that Ronal opted to re-design it to meet the unique demands of the public highway. To achieve the optimum functionality, strength and cost structure, the masterpiece was executed as a one-piece aluminium cast wheel with easy-clean, bright turned outer face. At the same time the wheel's name was changed from 'Ronal Racing' to 'Ronal Turbo,' the new moniker a reference to its radial spokes, a clever design feature intended to aid brake cooling, and a legend was born.
The R10 Turbo is truly timeless, a case of form following function and all the better for it, which probably explains why it's proved such a popular choice amongst all sections of the performance motoring community. The twin virtues of strength and lightweight have been a core part of the Turbo since its inception almost 40 years ago, and these are every bit as applicable today as they were then, as are the wheel's exceptional brake cooling properties.
The R10 can now be had in an even greater variety of different finishes, the most recent addition to the range being a ball polished surface. As the name suggests, ball polishing sees the R10 subjected to an intensive treatment process which results in an impressive, high quality polished surface, one made all the more striking by the total absence of the Ronal logo. It's a wheel that can't help but stand out for all the right reasons.