Bride for the first time in 16 years has updated bucket seatsNovember 2, 2019
Both models are Bride’s best sellers. The company notes that the ZETA IV and ZIEG IV seats now use more highly efficient materials, including artificial leather (PVC), to trim the side parts that are prone to increased abrasion.
The seat cushions are made of molded polyurethane to increase the comfort and durability of the model. Vertical sutures correspond to the position of the spine. The finish is complemented by carbon fiber. The use of new materials allowed to increase the structural rigidity by 15% and reduce the weight of the chair by 5% compared to its predecessor.
The holes for the seat belts are enlarged, which allows the use of the seat with a large difference in the growth of the driver. In addition, the shape of the bucket suppresses the force during sudden braking, which forces the driver to move forward and down.
In terms of safety, the ZETA IV and ZIEG IV comply with safety standards for vehicles both in urban and on-track. The compliance standard FIA8855-1999 has been obtained, due to which the seat can be used in international standard races.
The cost of ZETA IV varies from 92,000 to 145,000 yen, ZIEG IV – from 105,000 to 158,000 yen.
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