Many supercars and elite performance vehicle manufacturers are starting to install bigger diameter wheels at rare than the front. The whole practice is to improve the vehicle's aerodynamics. This will help the car to reach higher speed in a shorter distance plus maximized grip around sharp bends or corners.
The amount of rubber that contacts the road along the axis of the vehicle increases with a larger diameter rear wheel, which enhances overall acceleration potential. During acceleration, the weight of the vehicle lean towards the back. The front wheels, on the other hand, do not require a large contact patch to handle steering and braking.
Nowadays Genie Powered have the technology to fit ASWS to any performance motor vehicle and/or super cars. However, to name just a few examples: