Hyundai has a new concept for dealing with snow driving: shape-changing, bent memory alloy rods, integrated with a “wheel and tire assembly,” that extend out to act like snow chains when a current is applied.
It’s a very cool idea, though I doubt these will be cheap to fix when they go flat. Still, probably a less fraught approach than spinning chain wheels under your car.
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