Perhaps some may find it interesting - or funny - to consider this: On some of the moon landing there followed a vehicle - or "moon car", seemingly extending the concept of "automobile industry" beyond earth.
Transport on wheels seems very effective - at least if You have a good infrastructure, smooth roads without too many "bumps". From my point of view, though I admit to be the very opposite of an expert, it seems that few extra terrestrial bodies fullfill such criteria, or will in the near future. So if some wheeled artifact is sent with the intention to be able to move around, problems arises every time the is a rock or perhaps even a stone - not to speak about Mons Olympus. So why not try something else, either entirely from our imagination or inspired by earthly creratures. The later usualy are non wheeled, but use legs, finns, wings, to walk, jump, dive, fly, creep, crawl or climb. Perghaps a bit more complex way of moving, but with lesser risk of completely stop by some obstacles in the terrain.