Italian Style with Aggressive Modern Designs from MOMO

MOMO was founded in 1964 by race car driver Gianpiero Moretti. In that year, Moretti commissioned a local craftsman to produce a custom steering wheel for his own racing car. This special steering wheel – the first MOMO steering wheel in the Company’s history – had a superior and thicker grip compared to the normal racing steering wheels available at the time. Drivers from other teams quickly noticed Moretti’s new steering wheel and wanted the same for their cars, and so it started to gain fame within the racing community.

Since then, MOMO has expanded into other developments from the racing community. Their line of wheels brings a touch of Italian style with aggressive modern designs, as well as throwbacks to classic wheels from Ferrari and Porsche.


Sophisticated and charming design for MOMO, the Massimo is a model made to catch attention. Available in 16″, 17″ and 18″, this wheel features a thin diamond cut finishing showing a spectacular design-game, slightly moved back from the front face. Available only in matte black, the Massimo features cast, single piece aluminum construction.

Screamjet EVO

Featuring a diamond cut matte anthracite finish, the Screamjet EVO reinterprets their successful Screamjet design from years past. This multi-spoke wheel highlights a modern aesthetic, and are run flat and TPMS compatible. The Screamjet EVO lends itself to being a perfect fit for medium size cars as well as mid-size crossovers.

Heritage 6

Having debuted at SEMA 2017, the Heritage 6 is the first wheel the Heritage 6 is MOMO’s first wheel in their Heritage collection. Inspired by the classic wheels on the Ferrari 333SP and Porsche 935, this monoblock constructed wheel is a timeless throwback to their racing history.

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