AMG Alloy Wheels

Choosing alloy wheels for your vehicle

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We supply and sell AMG Alloy wheels for the majority of the Mercedes Benz vehicle range. All of the wheels that we sell are genuine AMG alloys - we do not sell replica or imitation wheels.

Alloy Wheels direct specialise in selling AMG alloys with massive reductions over dealer prices. We have developed relationships with leading OEM wheel manufacturers to be able to bring you the same products that are available from dealerships at much lower prices.

AMG Alloys Whether you are looking to buy a new set of alloy wheels for your AMG, or you simply want to improve the appearance and styling of your existing Mercedes we supply a range of AMG wheels in many sizes and styles.

Using our configurator above you can select your model of vehicle from the drop down menu and then you’ll be presented with a list of the AMG alloys that are suitable for your vehicle. To make things even easier, you can also choose to add tyres and fitting to your order during checkout. Our ATS Euromaster Mobile fitting service means you can arrange to have your order fitted at a place and time convenient to you.

If you are unsure which wheels will best suit or fit your car, please send us an email or give us a call. We have a great deal of experience and we're only too happy to offer support and advice.

AMG alloy wheels
AMG alloys are named in Roman numerals. They are sometimes preceeded by "style" (English) or "styling" (German), but we choose to omit this because it can sometimes be interpreted as being associated with fake replica wheels which you should NEVER fit to a GENUINE Mercedes-Benz vehicle.
AMG I alloy wheels - 5 spoke
AMG II alloy wheels - 5 holes
AMG III alloy wheels - 5 thinner spokes
AMG IV alloy wheels - 5 twin spokes
AMG V alloy wheels - 14/16/22 spokes
AMG VI alloy wheels - 5 spokes with central channels

AMG Company History

Mercedes-AMG is a performance tuning company now owned and operated by Mercdes-Benz. AMG specialise in taking Mercedes branded vehicles and then enhancing and improving both their performance and styling. AMG Cars are typically much faster, have more powerful engines and are generally considered to be sportier editions of Mercedes vehicles. Other improvements include interior and exterior styling, alloy wheels, body styling & trim, suspension and handling improvements.

AMG E Class Image Image AMG was originally an independent company set up by two former engineers from Mercedes in 1967. The company was created with the aim of designing and building racing engines, and this is how the company began. Its founders Hans Werner Aufrecht and Erhard Melcher christened the company AMG Motorenbau und Entwicklungsgesellschaft GmbH. In English this simply means AMG Engine Production and Development) AMG Stands for ‘Aufrecht Melcher Großaspach’. The G from AMG comes from the city that Aufrecht Melcher was born in - Großaspach near Stuttgart, in southern Germany.

As AMG grew it gradually shifted focus and started developing aftermarket tuning packages and accessories for Mercedes vehicles. This included vehicles produced in the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s like the Mercedes-Benz W126 and W201 models. The 80’s also saw AMG introduce the first version of the 15” & 16” AMG five-spoke alloy wheel.

By 1990 AMG had established a strong reputation and had grown to become one of the most well known Mercedes tuning companies. This reputation led to a deal with Daimler-Benz (the parent company of Mercedes) and they signed an agreement, which allowed AMG vehicles and accessories to be sold through Mercedes Benz dealerships. This agreement also brought together development teams and the two companies moved forward in producing vehicles in partnership, and in 1999 AMG was bought by Mercedes and incorporated into the Mercedes-Benz group.

Today AMG cars, alloy wheels and accessories are produced in Affalterbach in Germany, each engine is hand built by one engineer and then stamped with that engineer’s details. Since AMG was incorporated into the Mercedes group all of their vehicles have been available through dealerships and are sold alongside other Mercedes vehicles.

Official AMG website