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The Future Tire by Goodyear - IT'S SPHERICAL

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Goodyear presented a vision of a future tire that looks radically different from tires today — it’s a sphere. Goodyear unveiled its latest concept tire, Eagle-360, at the Geneva International Motor Show. The spherical, 3-D printed tire highlights Goodyear’s vision for the future and presents an inspiring solution for the long-term future when autonomous driving is expected to be more mainstream. According to a recent study from Navigant Research, 85 million autonomous-capable vehicles are expected to be sold annually around the world by 2035, for example. According to the J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Tech Choice Study, consumers are most concerned with ensuring safety through technology in autonomous cars. If you love cars you should subscribe now to official YouCar's channel: http://urlz.fr/lEd Go! It's free! All the Best
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ManWhoSaysNii (3 days ago)
Burnout will be a thing of the past!
Dhanoush Kumar (5 days ago)
It should be fixed to a car, not a powerhouse for all the magnetic stuffs...
Austin Carlson (6 days ago)
Devina Moua (6 days ago)
How the audi rsq is being made (wheel)
Elias Enriquez (11 days ago)
Theres already wheels that could go any direction they're mecanum wheels
Azka Mubarak (12 days ago)
Like car in movie I Robot
roj30001 (15 days ago)
Coming to your nearest TESLA dealership soon
Norman Hannaford (27 days ago)
A British invention. Check out the IPO
Remy Redd (28 days ago)
Stupid af this will never be on the road guess ill let them waist their money its theres but some ppl need to be fired for these dumb inventions
Flora Lutsch (28 days ago)
The car will never go over speedbumps in europe lol
Alparslan Ali Alp (28 days ago)
Old mouse direction ball... Huge one... Nothing more lolol
Robert Nema (28 days ago)
That's really sensational but by that time we'll have the darn flying car!!!!
Asif shaikh (30 days ago)
In the reality 2050 😂😂😂😂🤘
Hadi masri (1 month ago)
Good year... Good sphere
How can you connect it to a car since it's a ball.
Sacramento Cheese Hog (1 month ago)
Lol this never came to fruition
Aniffa Hussain (1 month ago)
if abrasion in higher side loss ,what will happen ?
Matt Stastny (1 month ago)
Yeah because when a car equipped with these gets into an accident, I want a 300LB magnetic-rubber sphere of momentum uncontrollably flying into something
evo eve evo (1 month ago)
Ok so where will be the connection rod from the engine fit in this tyre.
Finally driving made easier lol I'm lazy
Dino Dare (1 month ago)
Will it work for my self-driving car?
Spacedefender54 (1 month ago)
I Robot?
JMac7.3Diesel (1 month ago)
This car Vs 2 feet of snow?.........
gue gak bilang kalo (1 month ago)
360' wheels
Simon Says (1 month ago)
So still no *flying cars?* okay I'll come back in *2030* 😑
Dino Dare (1 month ago)
Nobodies actually working on that because it was a stupid sci-fi idea.
Dean A (1 month ago)
These tires are just like in the movie I Robot 👍👍. Keep up the good work.
kummer45 (1 month ago)
There are many mechanical problems in this solution. How brakes are handled? How you control the direction of the rotation, nutation, precession, the varying angular momentum of these things? Is it possible to have that amount of power to stop a heavy car of 6,000 pounds. Yes, it's fun to have this mental search for fantasy on current automobiles, however this cool futuristic invention requires tons of research in order to disclose it publicly. Any investor is not dumb enough to invest millions if not billions in a potential advance that will take more or less than 30 years minimum. Another problem? How much will the average guy will pay for each tire? So the four tires will be around 20,000 dollars each for the total of 80,000 dollars in each four soccer balls replacement? How about winter? How the chains will be implemented for other off road conditions? How this will handle suspension, damped oscillations or retro feedback? Magnetic levitation, really? A typical pipe dream.
Harold Hicks (1 month ago)
Yeah this is never going to catch on
on the roofs (1 month ago)
Fuck that garbage
bzflagkiller (2 months ago)
I-robot anyone ?
AlphaGamer Review909 (2 months ago)
From 2004 Audi RSQ
daris johnson (2 months ago)
It may be spherical but it's never coming out lol
DJ phantom Hunter (2 months ago)
Wait what happens if the magnets over heats
Sticklebrickk (2 months ago)
Techno Bear (2 months ago)
How do you replace one if severely damaged?
Eddy Eagle (1 month ago)
You kick it into the stratosphere
Cameron Atkinson (2 months ago)
I imagined something like this recently, I guess it wasn't as crazy as I thought since major companies are working on it. In my mind I pictured one large spherical tire in the center of the vehicle. The car body would be more like a square or torus shaped passenger hub where everyone sits around the wheel. The thing that has always annoyed me about the current design of cars and traffic is that it works best while moving forwards, but as soon as someone miscalculates a turn, tries to merge too early, or gets in some kind of jam, traffic needs to move backwards an everything comes to a halt, all because cars don't have lateral movement. It will take a lot of time to implement these technologies no matter what the design is, because the roads, homes and parking bays that exist now are all designed around the current car technology. One cityscape that always inspired me was in the movie Minority Report, where cars could move vertically along wall-roads, and also rotate on the spot to fit onto roads of different width.
F B T Singh (2 months ago)
How can it will be fixed in a car?
F B T Singh (2 months ago)
Oh I get it, the tyre has magnets inside it and it will be controlled by electromagnetic waves. So this means that by 2035 there will only be electric cars .
Jamie Maing (2 months ago)
Expensive to make, expensive to maintain (even if future forecasted), shape provides less contact (traction) with the ground compared to traditional tires, magnetic propulsion is high energy and object hazard in the case of accidents. Anything else? I hate to bust innovation but this idea doesn't make sense to me.
Paul Kryder (2 months ago)
The tread on the thing looks like a brain.
//Legacy TRZ (2 months ago)
I honestly dont think this will work, no matter what.
Jorge Morais (2 months ago)
2019, anyone?!
Bilal Sayyed (2 months ago)
Fazz Community (3 months ago)
Wait until Super cars aren't popular anymore, and it will be a thing of the pass
Tony M (3 months ago)
It's 2019...where are they??
Brandon1629ESUHSD (3 months ago)
Grand Jet (3 months ago)
*I like rims though*
dillock (3 months ago)
Cant you put the good things about the tread of this...thing. Into a normal tire? The sphere tire is literally the most stupidest and ugliest thing Ive seen in a while.
jay Tarantula (3 months ago)
Definition of spam. Its been 2 years and i havent seen this on ANY vechicles.
Ham Sandwich (4 months ago)
1:52 1:57 2:55 DEJA VU
Stun Feild (4 months ago)
I don't need these wheels if I can't show-off my alloys
3l6uat3 (4 months ago)
Cool concept. But I just don’t see any car manufacturer(s) making the commitment to put these on their vehicles sometime soon.
Michael M (4 months ago)
These gonna be expensive ass tires if they are made, wear sensors and other sensors plus more rubber and however they get held to the car not to mention they are gonna change a premium for new tech
Ryan Rafeh (4 months ago)
Randy Butternubs (4 months ago)
Its spherical! *SPHERICAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!*
nOice (4 months ago)
2019 any1?
SouthwesternEagle (4 months ago)
Let's go to the Future! I'm done with the 2010s.
David Sánchez (4 months ago)
Yo robot, será que lo podrán construir, sería un auto genial!
Dhirendra Singh (4 months ago)
someone hes watched 🐱robot
Seth Jansson (5 months ago)
Looks like drifting will be an every day thing with this technology...
im thefuckinglizardking (5 months ago)
They could put like 4 motors over each tire or ideally 4 on top and 4 under and each motor has a 2D roller in contact with the tire at all times and can fire in forward or reverse to spin the tire in any direction. youd probably need some sort of steer by wire system that knows exactly which outcome will happen before it even has to use the right motor to get it spinning in the direction intended. The same way most modern jets steer the pilot just tells the plane where to go and a computer adjusts all the flaps and rudders and everything to make the aircraft turn
iEntertain (5 months ago)
Next step cars without tires.
Chemical Spore (5 months ago)
Does it shoot laser beams and blow up planets?
ALBERT _Mnr (5 months ago)
Okay so the tyre will fall off
Just Tim (5 months ago)
How are you supposed to add air to it? All the car companies will love to put those damn tire pressure sensors in these
Kr0n81 (5 months ago)
Oh yea it looks cool now, but it won’t look so cool when you get a flat and have to pay $5,000 per “tire”
HeavyDutyTraining (5 months ago)
*10K Flat-Earthers.*
Kold Rift (5 months ago)
I had these in a dream, but they had bigger triangles on them and you only needed three tires.
Hari kalatheeswaran (5 months ago)
Awesome innovation. Great video!👍 But how do we have suspension in this spherical tire? If this tire solves this problem it's really gonna do wonders.
Cómo lo hacen girar?
Con WiFi?
Nikbecool (5 months ago)
Josh wants to: 📍Know your location
NEPAL Tv (5 months ago)
Future tyre lmao 😅😅 what a joke 🤣🤣
Grand Moff Tarkin (5 months ago)
It's an interesting concept but nothing more.
mayank singh (5 months ago)
More over it will have ha lesser contact patch than a normal tire... ideally it should have a point contact with surface whereas normal tires have line contact
mayank singh (5 months ago)
Where will u give the drive to these tires??? Some kind of drive shaft or stub axle has to be connected to it so that power can be given to the tires... and if a shaft is connected to this tire it will only rotate in 1 particular plane just like normal tires
Millin Akash (5 months ago)
So if i drive off a ramp, would the tires fall off?
Gamer BennyTv (5 months ago)
This guy acting like we in the year 3018 LMAO a ball really!
Max (5 months ago)
Rip to all those sexy ass rims
Ermin (5 months ago)
we wont see this in action until the year 2100... maybe. thats if were not hit by WW3 first haha
Science Militia1 (6 months ago)
I got a subtle erection at 1:07
The Rock (6 months ago)
The new need for speed trailer looks sick!!
danieljamesmead (6 months ago)
I’ll wait for hover cars thanks
Ludwing García Suárez (6 months ago)
donDanieru6590 (6 months ago)
its remind me of death star from star wars....
Stone Cold (6 months ago)
How to repair its puncture?
live big (6 months ago)
Going to be way too expensive. I'm sure somebody will buy some Vehicles like this but no one I know will have one LOL
Annyai Presoski (6 months ago)
Bet that tyre can be hacked.
Gamma Digamma (6 months ago)
Spherical tyres was actually first my idea...
No rims then
ToniLivo (6 months ago)
That tire repositioning to save tire is so ridiculous. The reposition will always leeave a place thats already worn out in the intersection of the previous used surface with the new one. That leading to turbulences and once every revolution getting the chance to drift unintentionally. How can this company ignore such a simple fact? Its a no for me ty
Mar Mello (6 months ago)
What year is this gonna come out in?
410 Kane (6 months ago)
I'd put one on my computer mouse. How do you put air in It?
Coolkid 123 (6 months ago)
It's spherical S P H E R I C A L
Darth kothi (6 months ago)
How does it support Car structure & how steering occurs? How to apply brakes?
Morph Verse (6 months ago)
Seemingly all of the mechanics are build into the spere, not the car itself.. So the sphere tires by itself are intelligent on its own..
Noor De Smet (6 months ago)
Lie ownership twenty scenario pen credit look.
Lama Gamiing (6 months ago)
I bet that round tires would be very slippery...
Cyrus Suganob (7 months ago)
the question is it bulletproof
J Jar (7 months ago)
♠️ idk why earth moves so slow with new inventions
salman khan (7 months ago)
What reliability of this wheel? When you said that this wheel does not connect with any type of mechanical parts . Its connected with magnetic so magnetic decreases this energy how to maintain this thing.
Anup Lonare (7 months ago)
i will use basket balls for my such car in furture if it happens.. instead of those costly tyres..
Jay Jays (7 months ago)
Oops grandma hit the gas instead of the brake, drove sideways crushing people waving goodbye.

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