The Dorel Juvenile Group is boasting about new car seat technology that has a shell which contains foam filled with hexagonal holes. Designers say this best deflects the energy around the child passenger. The inspiration for this technology came from looking at the cockpit of an IndyCar. 30-plus designers worked on this new seat thanks to a $3.6 million investment. This innovative seat currently sits in a showroom in Columbus, Indiana.
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