### Theory:

The introduction of iron rims around wheels in $$1000 BCE$$made a minor upgrade in how wheels were viewed for so long. After that, they improved noticeably before the turn of the $$1^s$$$$^t$$ century.

Round wire tension spokes, which are still used on bicycles today, were invented in $$1802$$. R.W. Thompson created the first pneumatic tyres in $$1845$$, and John Dunlop reinvented them in $$1888$$ by replacing the hard rubber used in all bicycles at the time with pneumatic tyres.

With the invention of Karl Benz's automotive wheels in the late $$19^t$$$$^h$$ century, the automobile age began.

From 1910 to 1927, wheels changed, such as introducing longer-$$lasting tyres$$and steel welded-spoke wheels.

Karl Benz, a German engineer, is well-known for founding the automobile business that bears his name.