RECARO showcases four new lines of performance seats at Frankfurt Auto Show

Global leader of performance car seats, RECARO Automotive Seating showcases an extended portfolio at the 67th International Auto Show (IAA) from September 12 – 24, in Frankfurt, Germany. 

The Adient’s subsidiary is revealing the all-new modular RECARO Performance Seat Platform (RPSP) for OEM customers and a limited edition, exclusive pure performance shell seat, licensed for driving fun on public roads.

At this year’s IAA, RECARO Automotive Seating is showcasing two applications of the new RECARO Performance Seat Platform (RPSP): The first is targeting the global Power Performance segment; application number two is a demonstrator with advanced design innovations, e.g. a visible, carbon fiber-woven backrest structure and is aiming at the Luxury Power Performance segment. 

Targeting compact performance SUVs combining advanced driving comfort and sporty attitude is RECARO’s “Premium Performance” segment seat. As a result of extensive test runs, this concept offers premium comfort and riding performance especially suited to SUVs. 

The new “Luxury Power Performance” OEM-concept for driver and passenger seats offers exclusive riding performance, providing high-end comfort and RECARO ergonomics. 

Celebrating RECARO Automotive Seating’s 50th anniversary of street-licensed shell seats at IAA, the new Pole Position (ABE) Edition 2018 will be displayed. It is designed as an exclusive pure performance shell seat for driving fun on public roads. 

Another new aftermarket seat is the all-new RECARO Racing Shell concept, addressing the “Pure Power Performance” segment. It is developed as an exclusive pure racing shell for semi-professional and professional motorsport drivers.

RECARO Automotive Seating operates a manufacturing facility in Lerma, State of Mexico, that supplies performance seats to several automakers in North America.

Some models featuring RECARO seats are Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, Focus ST, Fiesta ST, Fiat 500 and Nissan Sentra Nismo, among others.

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