When automobiles are pushed beyond 280 mph, every square inch of the vehicle is put under immense mechanical strain, perhaps none more so than the wheels. The humble rim must not only cope with the forces exerted by the engine, but also must be able to handle the heating caused by brakes attempting to stop a vehicle going miles in mere seconds.
In this 11-minute video featuring the Swedish hypercar mastermind Christian Von Koenigsegg, you can get an inside look at the extreme and meticulous processes used to create a wheel capable of operating at such incredible speeds. As with the rest of the Koenigsegg Agera One:1, the material of choice is a super-durable and lightweight carbon fiber, allowing engineers great flexibility with which to mold their wheels.
For a complete, detailed overview of how these wheels are made, check out the below video.