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Lincoln Continental Concept 30-way seat is interesting – Video

Lincoln Continental concept 30-way seats

It also gets heating/cooling and massage functions. Likely to make it to production model.

Lincoln Continental Concept 30-way seat aims to take occupant comfort to a whole new level. The sheer number of electrically adjustable parts of the seat means, it’s flexible enough to make you feel like you’re sitting in a seat which is tailor made for you.

Lincoln Continental concept 30-way seats

Lincoln’s 30-way adjustable seat has a patented flexible comfort carrier.

The official promo video shows the seat in action. It features a patented flexible comfort carrier which is a suspension system made of plastic and foam. The comfort carrier is claimed to flex around the body, thereby removing stress off the neckĀ and shoulders. The seat is inspired by the first class seats of jet liners.

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Apart from the numerous electrically adjustable parts, the seat also offers heating/cooling and massage functions to enhance comfort. Though Ford officials are excited about the concept’s ability to emerge as a highly sought after comfort feature on its premium Lincoln products, there is no confirmation on whether 30-way adjustable seat will make it to the production version of Lincoln Continental.

Lincoln Continental Concept

The 30-way seat is expected to filter into the production version of Lincoln Continental. (image: concept)

The Adjustable elements include track (6), recline (2), head restraint (4), upper back bolster support (2), cushion extension (4), thigh support (4), Llumbar (4), bolster – back (2) and bolster – cushion (2).

Lincoln Continental Concept 30-way seat – Video

Lincoln Continental Concept 30-way seat – Press Release

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