World of OZ
Creativity, innovation and experience underpin the OZ formula. OZ is a truly authentic example of Italian superiority in the world of wheels, making it the gold standard in race-inspired Italian design.
All OZ wheels are designed, developed and tested in keeping with OZ’s racing DNA, the utmost expression of technology and “winning attitude”. At OZ, designing a wheel, whether for competition or street use, means attention to detail – in the materials and the design - in the pursuit of a singular aim: innovation. The unbelievable number of wins and world titles that OZ includes among its honors form the core of excellence and the most tangible proof of the quality and performance of OZ products.
OZ, a plus in terms of quality.
In addition to its cutting edge production processes, typical of the most advanced companies, many treatments and technologies are developed exclusively by OZ. Zero compromise: our commitment doesn’t stop at bringing you the safest and best performing product on the market. We are so obsessed with testing the quality of our raw materials that most of the alloys we use in our wheels are made in-house.
Certified quality is an actual, authentic business philosophy that places Quality and Customer Satisfaction at the center of every activity. The goal is the "perfect wheel", a product made to the highest manufacturing standards and tested at each stage in the production cycle, in compliance with the stringent guidelines set by outside certification bodies (international and domestic certification authorities like NAD, UN/ECE 124, TÜV and JWL) and with even stricter in-house quality standards that OZ sets for itself. In fact, all OZ wheels are TÜV certified and in addition, pass another series of in-house tests that determine the overall quality of the wheel. Only a perfect wheel can be a winner on the F1 circuits and on the dirt tracks of the WRC; only the perfect wheel can win year after year. We push ourselves every day to stay on top.
The wheel market is rapidly changing and a series of domestic and European standards that govern the sector have recently introduced some “regulations” that dealers and end users must comply with.
As of November 1, 2014, according to the applicable European directive, all newly-registered automobiles must be equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system (TMPS).