According tomedia reports, CES 2020 is not all futurism and crazy vision for the future. In fact, BMW, the German luxury carmaker, has brought something in this event that it will put into it in the next few years. The company calls it ZeroG Lounger, which represents the ultimate comfort. BMW said Tuesday local time that the seat will be in service for several years and has some well-thought-out designs.
But first, its main skill is tilt. ZeroG Lougher is known to tilt 40 or 60 degrees, with seat belts moving with passengers.
Of course, with comfort, safety must not be ignored, it is understood that engineers have designed a cocoon-style airbag for this purpose, which will completely wrap around the passenger, and the seat armrestwill will absorb as much energy as possible from impact.
When the seat is tilted, the passenger will get a perfect viewing screen view. BMW says the screen can display directional information and help reduce the sense of motion that comes with driving when the car is in combination with the seat position. In addition, passengers in comfortable seats can also put their phones on the stand, so as to charge the device at any time.
It looks like it’s going to take a few years for ZeroG Lougher to get on, but it still sounds worth the wait.