New Zero-G Seats May Become Benchmark for Automakers
The seats were introduced along with the Pandoin Concept at the Geneva Motor Show and could be one of the most eye-catching parts of the Alfa. The seats measure only 30mm at the thickest part, and makes use of a carbon fiber shell to ensure safety and support.
Alfa Romeo is saying they got the idea from the "zero gravity" concept of design. Basically, the designers wanted to create a warm and inviting environment that is also safe and reliable. The seats are covered with Technogel, a material that conforms very well to curves, and feature a longer seat section to offer a more reclined driving position.
No word if the Pandoin or the Zero-G Seats will make it into production.More Inspiration
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