Following the comment suggestions, I changed the question from directly asking for real world examples to this.
In this setting, some decades after the 2020's, earth had some climatic disasters that led to the entire planet becoming some kind of steppe savanna full of big rocks and sand. Not post-apocalyptic, just cyberpunk-ish.
I'm trying to find a middle ground between a hover/glider aircraft/landcraft, and one of the ideas I took inspiration from are hydrofoils, that have a tiny foil that generates lift underwater, so you have massive ships moving meters above water all sustained by these tiny metal structures.
Of course, this would be impractical for landcraft with we moved the analogy with "1:1 scale" (like land-foils under the ground), but I was thinking on maybe a snow glider foil or a simple wheel. Thus, the "land-glider" (or "land-foil")...
Simply put, aircraft are just too expensive and complicated in general (since this is a story a few years on the future), gliders can't take too much weight and need enormous wings, hovercrafts need a lot of energy just to hover and cars are too slow to traverse rough terrain (also, Ekranoplanes can't fly over rough terrain and make turns).
So, for a land glider, it would be necessary to balance the lifting power necessary from wings/foils/lifting body fuselage (or any other kind of lifting mechanism) and the amount of weight the wheels must have on them to also give some speed, balance and not have to much friction so it wouldn't slow down the entire craft.
So, basically, a car with wings that doesn't fly that high (like a chicken).
What should be the "golden ratio" for lifting on a land glider?
It would be easier to think on alternatives and answer my other questions if I had real world examples to base myself on.
The "closest" I could find on real life are Sand Gliders, that work like conventional sail boats, but with wheels.