Here's an idea that those of you who appreciate putting garish edges on your auto won't care for. Goodyear's "Eagle 360" idea tire is totally round, blocking you from flaunting LED-perplexed spinners as you journey the street.
With self-driving vehicles crawling nearer and nearer to reality, there are more than a couple of self-governing vehicle outlines skimming around. In any case, we've never seen one very like this.
Tire mammoth Goodyear has flaunted an eager wheel idea that offers a look at what driving soon may resemble. Getting rid of the customary haggle setup, Goodyear imagines autos being conveyed by four round tires, which can swivel their tread in 360 degrees to offer the vehicle some assistance with moving in ways that today's autos never could.
Named 'Eagle–360', the organization says these multi-introduction tires would give better mobility than today's mechanically adjusted wheels, letting every tire autonomously react to potential dangers, for example, ice out and about or sudden deterrents.