Nissan Zero Gravity Seats: NASA Style Seats

They were developed through joint research between Nissan and Yamazaki Laboratory at Keio University (Japan).

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Thinking about long car journeys, Nissan developed the Zero Gravity Seats, some armchairs inspired by the NASA and created by its engineers based on the concept of “zero gravity".

Nissan Zero Gravity Seats are created with 14 pressure points to allow the user a neutral position. Its unique shape and structure provide a continuous support from hips to shoulders, making the spinal cord of a person is in optimal position, just as it happens in environments with zero gravity.

In this way, the ideal posture is ensured to make long trips a more pleasant journey, always maintaining the comfort of the passengers.

In Latin America Zero Gravity seats are available in the models Nissan kicks, Xtrail, Murano, Pathfinder, Frontier y Altima. These seats are part of the brand's technologies and innovations that offer more safety, control and comfort.

To verify that they also have a positive effect on a work environment, Nissan surprised the collaborators of its regional office in Latin America with a meeting room inspired by these seats. The result? A more relaxed and productive work team.

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