Pretty much anything that bears the Lexus brand is kind of luxurious in its own way, and this is particularly true for the company’s cars and accessories. However, this time around we’re going to talk about a seat concept that will be unveiled during this year’s Paris Auto Show. The product in question was dubbed Kinetic Seat, and it boasts a unique fiber net construction with rotational movements for the backrest and cushion.
The driver enjoys extra back support thanks to a flexible pattern inspired by a spider web, and the entire layout of the chair is actually penned-down to support the spine. This means that the driver could rotate his pelvis and chest easily without any strain, while the back rests kinetically in conjunction with his weight. Environmentally conscious readers will be glad to know that the web patterns were created using synthetic spider silk as opposed to petroleum-based materials.