No. The PAX system is a conventional pneumatic tire in that it holds air, but uses a very reinforced sidewall to keep it from collapsing if the tire loses air (and a slightly different wheel that keeps the bead from popping off). The tire can be removed from the wheel and replaced when necessary.
The Tweel system (as I understand it) does not hold air and the wheel and "tire" is one complete unit. When it becomes necessary to replace it, you must replace both the wheel and the "tire."
Good Morning Everyone,
So I suppose I'll start.
1. If I wasn't driving my 6, I would probably want the 2018+ Honda Accord (they're so sleek and definitely got a styling upgrade)
2. My dream car used to be a C63s AMG, but I think I actually now want a Porsche 718 GT4
Now it's your guys' turn!
On Saturday September 7th, I celebrated my birthday by test driving a bunch of Lexus's flagship vehicles including the LC500! I made a quick video on the experience if anyone was interested in watching and seeing the event. Hope everyone has a great week! :)