Goodyear Tires has unveiled a new electric vehicle concept tire at the Geneva Motor Show, Oxygene, which cleans the air as you drive using its green technology.

The tire comprises of a living moss-filled center, growing off of the tire’s sidewall, which sucks up moisture from the air and road surface. This process “inhales” CO2 and releasing oxygen, a tire-version of the photosynthesis process in plants. Oxygene uses a 3D photo printed construction, using rubber powder from recycled tires.

Also, it generates its electricity by converting photosynthesis energy to power its onboard sensors and sidewall lighting strips, which alert to lane changes and braking without the need to charge. No inflation is needed.

“With more than two-thirds of the world population expected to live in cities by 2050, the demands on transport networks in urban environments will increase substantially,” said Chris Delaney, president of Goodyear Europe, Middle East, and Africa. “Smarter, greener infrastructure and transport will be crucial in addressing the most pressing challenges of urban mobility and development.”

According to Goodyear, the technology would generate 3,000 tons of oxygen, annually, if all of Paris’ approximately 2.5 million vehicles owned one.

No word if Oxygene will ever make it into production.

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