Given that wheels & tires are often one of the most important changes you can make when customizing a car, and BeamNG's fantastic system that allows us to swap wheels between almost all vehicles, I thought that they deserved their own unique suggestion thread. Before posting here, please remember to: Confine your suggestions to wheels, tires, hubcaps, and wheel accessories. Feel free to mention which official cars & configurations they would work well with, but avoid discussing new vehicles or other auto parts. Those topics have their own threads. Check to ensure that a wheel/tire of your desired style does not already exist as an official in-game component. The wiki page for official wheels and tires can be accessed here. I'll get us started with one of my big wishlist items for BeamNG: Red line tires. Available as both a factory option and aftermarket addon for most muscle cars of the late sixties and early seventies, this short-lived trend has had a lasting impact on American car culture. This would be a fairly easy thing to do in-game - simply take the various existing sizes of thin whitewalls and recolour them. I can easily picture these being applied to certain variants of the Barstow (perhaps small-block Roadsport packages get white lines, while the big-blocks get red lines?), as well as being featured on custom Moonhawks and Miramars. They'll be ready and waiting when the Bluebuck arrives too! CarPlus imitiation beadlocked hubcaps. A flashy, yet low-budget tuning option you'd find in the impulse-buy section of any auto-parts store, purchased by anyone trying too hard to make their car look fast/expensive. I kind of like the idea of knocking off the Okudai KRW wheels, but changing the design just enough to make it legally defensible (maybe round off the cutouts, or go for a six-spoke?) A fun option for ridiculous builds. Eighties Turbine Wheels (in both silver and red) Based off of various wheels of the eighties, (and concave, unlike the convex Alder Royale wheels), these things were found on everything from the DeLorean to the Corvette to the Bronco to the A-Team van. Note that there are two styles - smaller, more car-focused wheels use a greater number of thin spokes, while the larger, truck-focused options use fewer, thicker spokes. Off-road Traction Advantage Tires. In the world of off-roading, where traction is everything, T/A tires give you that little extra edge. Tiremakers know this, so they've shipped out off-road rubber with white letters since the seventies. Some people turn them letter-side-in, but others let the lettering tell the world that these are performance tires. *offhand, I'm not certain if "traction advantage" is a trademark of BFGoodrich. But T/A tires are in-game, so I'm assuming that someone at Beamng HQ has looked into it.