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Basic question hoping someone can help answer or point me in the right direction. Does anyone have an image of the GEN 1 "gunmetal" OEM 19in wheels on their car and/or part number for these? I have a stock 2010 R8V8 Manual.The dealer parts person was trying to be helpful but was not sure. They gave me basic descriptors with no pictures or idea which referred to the rim I now want. I have a silver/black sigma blades V8 with polished alloy wheels. If someone has this color set up with the gunmetal wheels that could post an image, I would appreciate it.

I selected the polished alloy option at original order. I now have now had this garage queen for 9 years and looking to change to the same style OEM 19 in wheel that later came in gunmetal or titanium color. Not sure what color Audi refers to them as. The polished alloy option wheels I selected look dated to me now despite being like new with only 3,500 original miles. Will likely sell these at some point.

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Basic question hoping someone can help answer or point me in the right direction. Does anyone have an image of the GEN 1 "gunmetal" OEM 19in wheels on their car and/or part number for these? I have a stock 2010 R8V8 Manual.The dealer parts person was trying to be helpful but was not sure. They gave me basic descriptors with no pictures or idea which referred to the rim I now want. I have a silver/black sigma blades V8 with polished alloy wheels. If someone has this color set up with the gunmetal wheels that could post an image, I would appreciate it.

I selected the polished alloy option at original order. I now have now had this garage queen for 9 years and looking to change to the same style OEM 19 in wheel that later came in gunmetal or titanium color. Not sure what color Audi refers to them as. The polished alloy option wheels I selected look dated to me now despite being like new with only 3,500 original miles. Will likely sell these at some point.

Thanks.
The color code for titanium wheels is 8AU. We can supply you with a nearly new set at a super price.
Please PM if interested.

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