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Fotel samochodowy dla spoconych kierowców od Forda (7)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10006 Robutt 1 09/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Ford Europe A robotic bottom that simulates hot sweaty drivers repeatedly getting in and out of their cars to ensure the car seats stay looking goof for years to come.Nicknamed Robutt, the simulator mimics the action of someone heading home for a shower after going to the gym, driving back from a park run or playing footballTesting by Ford condenses af10 years of use as Robutt sits, bounces and twists in a seat 7,500 times over the course of three days. Based on the dimensions of a large man, the robotic bottom is heated to 36° Celsius and soaked with 450 millilitres of water.A spokesman said after sweaty exercise or exertions not everyone will want to – or be able to – have a shower before jumping in their car to go home afterwards.First used to ensure that the materials used in Ford’s car seats could withstand a decade’s regular dry wear and tear, engineers developed Robutt to simulate what happens when we get in our cars when we are a bit on the sweaty side.Ford of Europe development engineer Florian Rohwer said: “Cars are a part of our everyday lives, and at this time of year in particular, so is exercise. “The ‘Robutt’ is a great way to check our seats will look good for years to come.”The Robutt was introduced in 2018 for the all new Fiesta and is now being rolled out for all Ford vehicles in Europe. OPS: The Robutt seat tester mimics a sweaty human backside Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10006 Robutt 1 09/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Ford Europe A robotic bottom that simulates hot sweaty drivers repeatedly getting in and out of their cars to ensure the car seats stay looking goof for years to come.Nicknamed Robutt, the simulator mimics the action of someone heading home for a shower after going to the gym, driving back from a park run or playing footballTesting by Ford condenses af10 years of use as Robutt sits, bounces and twists in a seat 7,500 times over the course of three daysBased on the dimensions of a large man, the robotic bottom is heated to 36° Celsius and soaked with 450 millilitres of water.A spokesman said after sweaty exercise or exertions not everyone will want to – or be able to – have a shower before jumping in their car to go home afterwards.First used to ensure that the materials used in Ford’s car seats could withstand a decade’s regular dry wear and tear, engineers developed Robutt to simulate what happens when we get in our cars when we are a bit on the sweaty side.Ford of Europe development engineer Florian Rohwer said: “Cars are a part of our everyday lives, and at this time of year in particular, so is exercise. “The ‘Robutt’ is a great way to check our seats will look good for years to come.”The Robutt was introduced in 2018 for the all new Fiesta and is now being rolled out for all Ford vehicles in Europe. OPS: The Robutt seat tester mimics a sweaty human backside. Not everyone is able to take a shower aftrer a gym session for example or jogging Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10006 Robutt 1 09/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Ford Europe A robotic bottom that simulates hot sweaty drivers repeatedly getting in and out of their cars to ensure the car seats stay looking goof for years to come.Nicknamed Robutt, the simulator mimics the action of someone heading home for a shower after going to the gym, driving back from a park run or playing footballTesting by Ford condenses af10 years of use as Robutt sits, bounces and twists in a seat 7,500 times over the course of three daysBased on the dimensions of a large man, the robotic bottom is heated to 36° Celsius and soaked with 450 millilitres of water.A spokesman said after sweaty exercise or exertions not everyone will want to – or be able to – have a shower before jumping in their car to go home afterwards.First used to ensure that the materials used in Ford’s car seats could withstand a decade’s regular dry wear and tear, engineers developed Robutt to simulate what happens when we get in our cars when we are a bit on the sweaty side.Ford of Europe development engineer Florian Rohwer said: “Cars are a part of our everyday lives, and at this time of year in particular, so is exercise. “The ‘Robutt’ is a great way to check our seats will look good for years to come.”The Robutt was introduced in 2018 for the all new Fiesta and is now being rolled out for all Ford vehicles in Europe. OPS: The Robutt seat tester mimics a sweaty human backside Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10006 Robutt 1 09/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Ford Europe A robotic bottom that simulates hot sweaty drivers repeatedly getting in and out of their cars to ensure the car seats stay looking goof for years to come.Nicknamed Robutt, the simulator mimics the action of someone heading home for a shower after going to the gym, driving back from a park run or playing footballTesting by Ford condenses af10 years of use as Robutt sits, bounces and twists in a seat 7,500 times over the course of three days.Based on the dimensions of a large man, the robotic bottom is heated to 36° Celsius and soaked with 450 millilitres of water.A spokesman said after sweaty exercise or exertions not everyone will want to – or be able to – have a shower before jumping in their car to go home afterwards.First used to ensure that the materials used in Ford’s car seats could withstand a decade’s regular dry wear and tear, engineers developed Robutt to simulate what happens when we get in our cars when we are a bit on the sweaty side.Ford of Europe development engineer Florian Rohwer said: “Cars are a part of our everyday lives, and at this time of year in particular, so is exercise. “The ‘Robutt’ is a great way to check our seats will look good for years to come.”The Robutt was introduced in 2018 for the all new Fiesta and is now being rolled out for all Ford vehicles in Europe. OPS: The Robutt seat tester mimics a sweaty human backside Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10006 Robutt 1 09/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Ford Europe A robotic bottom that simulates hot sweaty drivers repeatedly getting in and out of their cars to ensure the car seats stay looking goof for years to come.Nicknamed Robutt, the simulator mimics the action of someone heading home for a shower after going to the gym, driving back from a park run or playing footballTesting by Ford condenses af10 years of use as Robutt sits, bounces and twists in a seat 7,500 times over the course of three days. Based on the dimensions of a large man, the robotic bottom is heated to 36° Celsius and soaked with 450 millilitres of water.A spokesman said after sweaty exercise or exertions not everyone will want to – or be able to – have a shower before jumping in their car to go home afterwards.First used to ensure that the materials used in Ford’s car seats could withstand a decade’s regular dry wear and tear, engineers developed Robutt to simulate what happens when we get in our cars when we are a bit on the sweaty side.Ford of Europe development engineer Florian Rohwer said: “Cars are a part of our everyday lives, and at this time of year in particular, so is exercise. “The ‘Robutt’ is a great way to check our seats will look good for years to come.”The Robutt was introduced in 2018 for the all new Fiesta and is now being rolled out for all Ford vehicles in Europe. OPS: The Robutt seat tester mimics a sweaty human backside Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10006 Robutt 1 09/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Ford Europe A robotic bottom that simulates hot sweaty drivers repeatedly getting in and out of their cars to ensure the car seats stay looking goof for years to come.Nicknamed Robutt, the simulator mimics the action of someone heading home for a shower after going to the gym, driving back from a park run or playing footballTesting by Ford condenses af10 years of use as Robutt sits, bounces and twists in a seat 7,500 times over the course of three days.Based on the dimensions of a large man, the robotic bottom is heated to 36° Celsius and soaked with 450 millilitres of water.A spokesman said after sweaty exercise or exertions not everyone will want to – or be able to – have a shower before jumping in their car to go home afterwards.First used to ensure that the materials used in Ford’s car seats could withstand a decade’s regular dry wear and tear, engineers developed Robutt to simulate what happens when we get in our cars when we are a bit on the sweaty side.Ford of Europe development engineer Florian Rohwer said: “Cars are a part of our everyday lives, and at this time of year in particular, so is exercise. “The ‘Robutt’ is a great way to check our seats will look good for years to come.”The Robutt was introduced in 2018 for the all new Fiesta and is now being rolled out for all Ford vehicles in Europe. OPS: The Robutt seat tester mimics a sweaty human backside Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10006 Robutt 1 09/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Ford Europe A robotic bottom that simulates hot sweaty drivers repeatedly getting in and out of their cars to ensure the car seats stay looking goof for years to come.Nicknamed Robutt, the simulator mimics the action of someone heading home for a shower after going to the gym, driving back from a park run or playing footballTesting by Ford condenses af10 years of use as Robutt sits, bounces and twists in a seat 7,500 times over the course of three days.Based on the dimensions of a large man, the robotic bottom is heated to 36° Celsius and soaked with 450 millilitres of water.A spokesman said after sweaty exercise or exertions not everyone will want to – or be able to – have a shower before jumping in their car to go home afterwards.First used to ensure that the materials used in Ford’s car seats could withstand a decade’s regular dry wear and tear, engineers developed Robutt to simulate what happens when we get in our cars when we are a bit on the sweaty side.Ford of Europe development engineer Florian Rohwer said: “Cars are a part of our everyday lives, and at this time of year in particular, so is exercise. “The ‘Robutt’ is a great way to check our seats will look good for years to come.”The Robutt was introduced in 2018 for the all new Fiesta and is now being rolled out for all Ford vehicles in Europe. OPS: The Robutt seat tester mimics a sweaty human backside Picture supplied by Ferrari
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