Now you can nap in Ford's car, got a patent for this unique technology

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Ford Motor (Ford Motor) has received a patent for the reclining seats offered in its F-150 pickup trucks. This exclusive MAX recline seats found in the Ford F-150 pickup truck promises business-class comfort.


The specialty of these reclining seats is that these seats can be reclined completely so that they have a flat-bed feel and promise a comfortable nap. These seats fall flat to an angle of about 180 degrees.


When these seats are folded back, the special mechanism provided in it lifts the bottom of the rear seat up to 3.5 inches, making it like a flatbed and provides comfort to the lower back. The upper part of the back seat can be elevated for neck comfort. This all-new seat from Ford has received five patents for its new design and assembly process.


"There are no additional motors in these seats. Customers simply fold the seatback using an easy mechanism power recline function," Kulhavik said. He said, "It's simple, it's effective, and we believe our customers will love how much more productive they can be by getting a little rest when they get time."

Ford's Comfort team did research after which they thought of making such a seat. This team conducted research on how F-150 customers regularly use their vehicles. After watching hundreds of hours of video and thousands of photographs, the team concluded that customers would prefer to have some more rest inside the vehicle.

Jackie DiMarco, director of Ford Truck Product Line, said, "We know that people working on construction or mining sites use their truck cabs to take a nap when they get the time and we know that owners do it every day. " He said, "When I took my daughters to a hockey tournament, when I got time in between the two matches, one slept on the back seat, while the other slept on the floor of my truck, and this reinforced the idea That, 'we need to fix this!' "