Employee Division General Motors Research and Development William Rogers said that sports cars and “charged” model marks belonging to the American company, can get carbon rims. According to him, at GM believe that the use of such discs will not only reduce the weight of the model about 15 kg, but also improve their dynamic characteristics. During the tests, which, incidentally, has already begun, GM experts plan to check the reliability of carboxylic disks (for example, their resistance to defects in the roadway). The release date of carboxylic drives on production cars of concern still remain unknown. It is expected that the first to get their “charged” the Cadillac CTS-V and ATS-V. Probably, these discs also set on Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette.