With restricted travelling and commuting implemented around the world, people are spending less time in their cars and more time at home. Auto accessory manufacturers have also had to adapt to this and we’ve seen companies like K&N making face masks on top of their usual air filters.
Bride, a renowned manufacturer of bucket/sport seats and other related accessories in Japan, seems to have adapted their business to suit this new normal.
While they may still produce bucket seats, they’ve also come up with this – for those who’ve missed driving in their bucket seats dearly and have been forced to stay home due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
They’re called the Bride Emperor but it’s not exactly what you think it is. They’re not exactly selling a rocking bucket seat, as both the seat and the base are sold seperately. The base is made of high-end oak wood, and finished with a urethane coat.
“The seats are an industry’s first as it can rock and recline at the same time. IT has been designed to offer a harmonious, healing, serene, and relaxing sensations,” according to Bride.
Only 10 units of the base will be created every month, as they’re all handmade. The base is compatible with the Streams Series, Euroster Series and Digo Series within Bride’s range of bucket seats.
They will be officially released on the 1st of February 2021, priced at 69,000 Yen (approx. RM2,686).