I'm sure these measurements are obvious, but I don't know what they mean:
– Center Bore: 65.1 mm – PCD: 5x110
– Center Bore: 56.6 mm – PCD: 5x105
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PCD stands for Pitch Circle Diameter. That's the circle that the 5 studs describe. Each hole is on the circumference of circle with that diameter. So, the ' 5' means 5 studs, but the circle that each wheel has holes in is different by 5mm - near 1/4". With a bit of judicious filing, they may slip on - but DON'T TRY IT !
The other problem is the big hole in the wheel's centre is too big to go over the hub, as in it would flop about, making it difficult to centre the wheel when fitting.
Another problem may be that the 'countersink taper' for the wheel nuts or bolts may also be different, so they won't seat properly..