MENTION the name Recaro in motorsport circles and you will be regaled with the company’s incredible history of making some of the safest race seats in the world.
The German company has built seats for a century, and today is renowned in motorsport for their life-saving technology.
Now the company is about to introduce its range of child and baby seats in Australia. These products will be built using the same technology Recaro has honed in the crucible of motorsport.
The Recaro range of infant capsules and child booster seats will launch locally on October 18 in conjunction with Nissan Australia’s Supercar team.
Recaro’s child protection products are designed in Germany, and made in the US.
Its Performance Booster Car Seat comes with racing-inspired side impact protection, and cloud comfort memory foam to ensure you child is both safe and comfortable.
To accommodate constantly growing children, an easy-adjust lever allows for quick and proper headrest placement. The headrest has 11 positions to ensure it is optimised for the child’s safety and comfort.
All products are tested to international standards, and have side impact protection foam air cushions, and are lined with expanded polystyrene foam (EPS foam) that absorbs external forces in a crash.
The Performance Coupe Infant Car Seat has deep side wings shielding the five vulnerable areas during a crash; the head, face, neck, torso and pelvis.
The seat has an integrated anti-rebound bar that provides crash protection. This absorbs and distributes crash forces more effectively and upon impact, and reduces the rotation of the car seat to create a safer environment for the baby.
More information will be available closer to the product line’s launch.
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