Such a gorgeous car to waste it on terrible riding, vibration and damage prone 24's... (not to mention incredibly low support from local dealers as far as having flats fixed or readily available replacement tires)
Either way, highly doubt its going to fit without modification... the shortest tires I see available in 24" are 255/30-24 and 275/25-24 You factory wheels and tires are 27" in diameter. The 275's are 29.5" in diameter and the 255's are 30" in diameter... Even if they were to fit, the car would actually be lifted off the ground over an inch and it would look like a monster truck, without suspension mods to lower the car back to where it should be... the word donk comes to mind...
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Never going to happen without modifications, also as stated previously the ride will be awful as there will be very little tire side wall left to cushion the ride.
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24's will look great on it! Excuse what every one else is saying. I've been riding aftermarket rims for over 20 years even back when 18's where considered "too big". And these same folks are now 22's are coming from factory. Your car, your dollar & your choice. Make it happen!