It's mine, and it's quite a sight! Kinda funny how it happened, and it won't last. But here's what happened when I went out shopping for winter set of tires and wheels for my new NRG Ti. After many happy hours online, I settled on a set from Discount Tire. Like most indy wheels, they were wider than stock: 7.5 instead of 7.0 inches. But the manager at DT assured me they would fit. The Parts Guy at my local Ford store't know the offset, even after checking his database.
When they came in, they looked fantastic! The arcing highlight lines animated the wheel shapes like atomic orbits, and they fit the car's styling lines much better than the OEM turbines. I had a better look at my brakes, too, and it wasn't long until I schemed to paint the calipers, in honor of my GTI's flaming red stoppers, a nice forest green. My plain-jane white car now looks both more aggressive and more graceful. A lot of that aggression comes from how the tires now spread out from the wheel wells, wider than the car.... hmmmmm...
Compared to the stock C-Max parked next to it, my car's wheels now sit almost two inches wider than stock. The outer edge of the rear tires now lien up with the fender, and if the wheel rises with road expects, it looks to take the fender liner with it. I don't think this winter wheel set will make it through the first snow!
Discount Tire's website and the local store both didn't match the original offset. The new wheels appear to have over an inch less, which shifts the whole wheel assembly outwards. The local shop probably sees plenty of cars widened and "stanced" like this, but mine hasn't the benefit of the extra-firm performance suspension that usually underlies this style of customization, to restrict suspension motion.
I expect I'll be back at the shop very soon to swap these wheels for a better fit. I'd love to hear what alternative wheel sizes have or haven't worked with your C-Maxes. And aren't they pretty?