Bridgestone has partnered with Teledyne Brown Engineering to design and build a crewed lunar terrain vehicle.
The Japanese tire manufacturer is teaming up with automaker Nissan North America to offer NASA, a vehicle capable of navigating the moon's harsh terrain.
Commercial space company Sierra Space and aircraft producer Textron are also joining Bridgestone, Nissan and Teledyne.
Bridgestone will focus on the module's tires. In a news release last week, the company alluded to using its "airless tires" now in development.