A car which is hoping to break the land speed record has gone on display.
The Bloodhound SSC will be driven across the South African desert next year in an attempt to reach speeds of 1000mph.
The wheels on the car have been made by a Glasgow firm, who have manufactured them to withstand the stress of spinning up to 177 times a second.
The jet and rocket powered car will be driven by Andy Green, who holds the current land speed record of 763 mph.
He said the wheels, made by Castle Precision Engineering, will allow the team to reach speeds which have never been managed before.
Mr Green said: "People have been using wheels for 5000 years and these are the ultimate. A vast amount of design and engineering has gone into them. They illustrate the extraordinary nature of Bloodhound: at the speeds we're aiming for, nothing is straightforward. Even the simplest aspect is challenging. So this is a case of people reinventing the wheel - we had to."
It took designers three years to finalise the wheels.
Marcus Tiefenbrun, of Castle Precision Engineering Ltd, said: "Our background and experience of manufacturing critical aero engine components means we have the investment, skills and the expertise to deliver on the highly critical nature of these wheels.
"Our involvement on the project forms an integral part of our own drive in encouraging and attracting the next generation of talented young people into engineering. This is vital to the re-balancing of the economy and UK industry that is based on innovation and high value manufacturing."
The car will be on display outside the Riverside Museum in Glasgow from Thursday until Saturday.