In many moments we find ourselves uncomfortable in cars, especially for their terrible ergonomic design. This happens in particular with sports cars, which no matter how much aggressive line they have, users are not comfortable with the posture they usually adopt. That may be a thing of the past and is that after a lot of work done, Ford have thought about everything and they offer us new seats that take care of your back at all times. To find it you will have to wait for the Ford Puma ST.
To do this, Ford have thought of everything and that is that they have made an ergonomic design that has been approved by different organizations of health of the spine. The new Performance seats for the Ford Puma have been developed by the latest adjustable seating technology and have sufficient high performance support. All this is complemented by the best comfort being accessible with a large number of driverss. The new Ford Performance front seats developed by the brand itself for the puma ST1 high-performance SUV, which are certified by leading spine health organization Aktion Gesunder Rücken e.V. (AGR), the Campaign for Healthier Backs.
AGR accreditation is granted by an independent testing committee made up of experts from various fields of medicine, committed to helping customers choose back-friendly products. Low back pain is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide, and one study revealed that 63% of drivers suffered from back pain that interfered with their daily activities.
A very elaborate model
Seat height adjustment is also a feature, and can be particularly beneficial for taller drivers, allowing them to sit comfortably in the lowest, most upright position, often favored by enthusiastic drivers. The four-way lumbar adjustment is electronically controlled from a switch on the side of the seat. The new seats – also available for the Focus ST 2 and Fiesta ST models 3 – are finished in Ford’s Sensico premium upholstery, a vegan material that reproduces the look, feel, durability and ease of cleaning of leather.