Ford made a crib that acts like a car

  • Ford made a crib that acts like a car

Ford made a crib that acts like a car

The Max Motor Dreams crib was designed in Spain and is a single pilot project at the moment, Ford said in a press release.

Ford has developed a cot that could simulate - in the comfort of your own home - the motion, engine noise, and even the street lighting of those night-time drives. But following numerous enquiries, the company is considering putting the unique cot into full-scale production. "But while a quick drive in the family vehicle can work wonders in getting baby off to sleep, the poor old parents still have to be awake and alert at the wheel", said Alejandro López Bravo, the cot's designer to Roadshow.

Its clientele knows that Ford is an auto brand that can be relied on for quality, durable cars.

However, this is not the first instance of a smart crib.

New parents know that one of the easiest ways to put a toddler to sleep is by driving them around in a vehicle. The base of the crib slowly moves from side to side to give the baby the sensation of a auto.

Alright, I lied. This crib probably won't make your offspring enjoy the sound of a V-12 with ITBs, or express the slightest bit of interest in the insane bosozoku cars stancing their way around Japan.

The Max Motor Dreams crib was conceived as part of an ad campaign for Ford's Max line of cars, according to CNN. When it's Ford you can't expect them to miss the minute details. With this data, the Max Motor Dreams recreates the specific motion and sound, instead of just a generic sound/vibration pattern.