when I was in college. ( i went to an automotive tech school) a company brought those around can't remember the company's name but the called them twheels at the time. Pronounced tweel. ran them around for us road alright on the road and over speed bumps had some compression to them. when asked what we thought the first thing to pop up since they were going to market them to offroad and truck enthusiast we said the name had to be changed.
the tread pattern they had there that day was a cheap attempt at a street pattern but they claimed they could do just about any pattern that exist currently and were even experimenting with holes in the pattern for better clear out since you know they didn't have to hold in any air, off coarse a pattern with holes in it would not be dot legal but I can see how t would work out to help clear out mud and muck especially if the honey comb behind it was shaped properly.
Common sense. So rare it's a god damn super power.
I saw a concept of these made by Michelin about 5 or 6 years ago, they came as a whole assembly. So when you bought new ones, you would be buying wheels/tires/hubs all together. Then I never heard about them again until now.
2007 Honda 919.
Used to be Red, now it's Green. Open for name suggestions.