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These Mach-E wheels could be the design under the aero covers

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If I were to guess, I would say it's the 19" Select option without the AeroCover or the standard CA Route 18" without the AeroCover.
 

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Definitely my favorite design after the 20" GT wheels. Funny how they cover up such a nice design, like Tesla did with the Model 3 aero wheels. I happen to think those are the best looking too besides the Performance model wheels.
 

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Comparing where the nuts are relative to the supports, the supports on the michigan wheels are in exactly the wrong place. I don't think they can be the wheels under the aero covers because the gaps in the aero covers are where the supports are
 

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Could it be the winter package wheels?
 



 









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