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I have and love a 2020 V60 R-Design, but I unfortunately didn't get 20" wheels on it at the dealer, which I regret.

I love these 20" V90 wheels but don't know if they will fit on my V60.

For those of you who have 20's on your V60, could you share photos here? Would love to see what you've got and help me find alternative wheel options for my car.

(this is not my car, but just didn't want to post without at least one photo to get you all riled up)

 

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I'm ordering 20x10.5 wheels in April when the style I want is released. Will be posting many photos :)
I was wondering what size will fit, think stock is 19x8, will the 10.5 width still allow you full turning radius without rubbing?
 

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Width and offset make the biggest difference. You can go from 19" to 20" and maintain the same diameter by downsizing the tire profile (ie 245/40/19 to 245/35/20).

Which wheels do you currently have?
 

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I was wondering what size will fit, think stock is 19x8, will the 10.5 width still allow you full turning radius without rubbing?
Based on my measurements, and asking others who have similar fitment, it should be totally fine at stock height. My tire size will be 245/35 for a little bit of stretch.
 

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Custom made Titan-7 TS-5 in Techna Bronze. 20"x9" 42mm offset. 255/35/20 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ tires. Before I speced out my wheels I did quite a bit of measuring. You could go as wide as 9.5" but the offset would have to be a bit lower, say in the 35-40mm range for adequate inboard clearance. From a functional fitment perspective that is about the limit. There is no way you could get a 10.5" wide wheel to fit without some serious fender massaging and a tiny stretched tire.

My take on if a rim "fits" is that the alignment specs, specifically camber, are dictated by what you want to run for the optimal handling versus tire wear balance instead needing to run excessive amounts of negative camber to get the tires to tuck in under the fender lips. I'd also say that if you need to run a tire where the section width is narrower than the width of the rim to avoid tire to fender interference, then your rims really don't fit.
 

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View attachment 119906 View attachment 119907 Custom made Titan-7 TS-5 in Techna Bronze. 20"x9" 42mm offset. 255/35/20 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ tires. Before I speced out my wheels I did quite a bit of measuring. You could go as wide as 9.5" but the offset would have to be a bit lower, say in the 35-40mm range for adequate inboard clearance. From a functional fitment perspective that is about the limit. There is no way you could get a 10.5" wide wheel to fit without some serious fender massaging and a tiny stretched tire.

My take on if a rim "fits" is that the alignment specs, specifically camber, are dictated by what you want to run for the optimal handling versus tire wear balance instead needing to run excessive amounts of negative camber to get the tires to tuck in under the fender lips. I'd also say that if you need to run a tire where the section width is narrower than the width of the rim to avoid tire to fender interference, then your rims really don't fit.
Agree on the fitment, hate look of tires too small for a rim. Thanks for that offset data, I think there may be an xc60 20" version of the wheel I want in addition to the 20" v90 cross country version, will have to see what different dimensions are
 

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Currently have the 19" R-Design wheels:
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So if I found the correct match, these are 19x8 with a 42 offset. A number of the 20x9 SPA wheels I've been seeing have a 38.5 offset, so using 245/45/19 and 245/40/20 tires this is what you'd be looking at:

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I'm considering a 9 inch wide wheel with a +38mm offset too. But it doesn't seem like there is 8.7mm of room from the inner wheel-lip to knuckle. I have the 19" Polestar wheels. Am I right to assume that as the diameter of the wheel increases, there will be a little more inward room since the knuckle tapers inward. The orange line in the pic is where the inner lip lines up with the 19" wheels.
 

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I'm considering a 9 inch wide wheel with a +38mm offset too. But it doesn't seem like there is 8.7mm of room from the inner wheel-lip to knuckle. I have the 19" Polestar wheels. Am I right to assume that as the diameter of the wheel increases, there will be a little more inward room since the knuckle tapers inward. The orange line in the pic is where the inner lip lines up with the 19" wheels.
You'll be completely fine. There is more inboard clearance with a 20" wheel as the upright from the hub assembly to the upper control arm tilts inward as you go up. I have adequate inboard clearance with 20"x9" rims with a 42mm offset. You'll have an additional 4mm of inboard clearance compared to me setup. Outboard clearance will be fine as well. If you go with with a tire wider than 255 it might be an issue but otherwise you are good to go.
 

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Finally found my wheels for the polestar, keeping it conservative with 20x9 or 8.5 +40/45 or so


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Hey all,

I'm looking at a 20" set of V90 rims for my 2020 V60 R Design...they're 20x8 so I think they should fit... right? They aren't listed as officially being able to fit my car, but wanted to as you all.

Here is the current wheel:
Volvo Part: 32143050
19"x8J"
Offset 42mm

Here is the new wheel:
Part Number: 31680078
20"x8J"
Offset 49.5mm

With the new 20"x8" wheel sitting 7.5mm further inside than the current rim, would a 10mm spacer be appropriate to give proper internal clearance and make stance look right?

Got this data from willitfit.com

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Considering 245/35/r20 tires on the new wheels...

Please weigh in!! Thanks!

The new wheels were originally on the V90 CC Ocean Race Package

 

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Nissedriver, who makes your winter wheels (the first photo)? I really like them and they remind me of the stock Momentum wheels, only larger. Thanks!
 

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Hi.
As "bobafett" wrote, stock Volvo. Both XC90 rims!
Anyhow, I had to buy one new set for this winter..

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Italian Etabeta, copy of the 19" Inscription-rims. Similar, isch.. But 20x8,5" with ET40. 245/35r20 as rubber.
 

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I think those will fit likely, though 8 inch wide the OEM 19's are ET42, 20's are ET45.5, possibly the offset inwards might affect the aesthetics a bit, look a little "sunken in" though I guess only 4mm, could be nothing, or a small thing that doesn't look right. Should be enough clearance from what I have seen from wheel to the hub carrier. Certainly if the worst happens a spacer could fix it up, any spacer you add subtracts ET, e.g. 10mm spacer takes ET49.5 to ET39.5, and I have a 10mm spacer on the stock ET42 19" rims (theoretically ET32), fits no problem.
 
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