Nissan To Replicate Human Skin For Car Interiors
Japanese car maker Nissan has up the ante in the luxury car industry, by trying to create a synthetic material for its automobile interiors that would feel like the skin on a human finger.
Having concluded that the soft touch of a human hand is one of the most luxurious and pleasant sensory experiences, Nissan hopes to replicate its tactile feel—including its warmth, texture and moistness—with its cutting-edge artificial upholstery.
While feeling the touch of another human’s hand is generally an enjoyable experience, we wonder if having a ‘thousand fingers’ “touch” us while we sit in a car could be more-than-a-little creepy.
Would you want a car seat that feels like human skin?
[via Jalopnik, images via Jalopnik and Mashable]
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