Hanzo, the hot iron by DOTZ, Ninja power for cool cars

22.March, 2008 @13:03     Tech News
Hanzo, the armourer from the Quentin Tarantino film, “Kill Bill”, named after the legendary Ninja fighter, Hattori Hanzo, from the 16th century, actually never intended to forge another sword. But, in the end, he did after all, and fate took its course. Of course, at DOTZ, they do not necessarily need to be persuaded first to produce extravagant tuning rims. In any case, the new Hanzo DOTZ rim is just as sharp as the blades of the great Japanese armourer. And after being installed, it plays a heroic main role, without hiding cowardly between the tyre rubber.
Strength and invincibility: The Hanzo by DOTZ is a massive, one-piece rim, the aggressive appearance of which makes the viewers spine tingle. The design of the five spokes is reminiscent of a curved Samurai sword and immediately catches the eye. Like a weapon that is customised to the fighter, the Hanzo wheel shows for whom it is rolling: Through the replaceable hub caps in yellow, orange, green and silver, which indicate the respective size of the wheel in inches, the Hanzo is even more individual than other rims. In addition to the hub caps, the sets also include DOTZ inlays for the spokes and attractive DOTZ stickers for windows or paintwork. The sets can be ordered through the new Internet portal Hanzo is uncompromising in its design, but particularly because of this, harmonises with nearlyevery car.

A faithful companion: A specialised hardening process ensures a long service life. Hanzo is therefore the Samurai among rims, as the translation of the word is “faithful companion”. The wheel is as timeless as the Kamishimo coat of a Samurai. A strong appearance is guaranteed: Particularly impressive on the DOTZ Hanzo is the striking contrast of the spokes with the matt black base paint and the high-gloss polished surface. A wheel that is as perfect as the cut of a Hanzo