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The revolutionary Lexus Kinetic Seat Concept makes its world debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show; its radical fibre net construction re-evaluates the principles of car seat occupancy.
In humans, the spine acts to stabilize the head. It allows the pelvis and chest to rotate in opposite directions, stabilising movement of the head even while walking or jogging.
In order to recreate this movement in car seats, the seat cushion and back rest were designed to move kinetically with occupant weight and external force. Thus, simply sitting in the seat helps stabilise head movement caused by vehicle motion, keeping the field of vision steady. This reduces the burden on occupants, improving ease of driving and comfort.
The seat frame upholstery comprises of a spider web-pattern net with threads that spread out radially from the centre of the back rest. The net is sufficiently flexible to closely fit the shape of the body, dispersing the load to make it possible to sit comfortably for prolonged periods.