When you see the Audi RS6 Avant from MTM in the rear-view mirror, you are happy to make room.
The wagon accelerates from zero to one hundred in 2.67 seconds. For comparison: the production car takes 3.6 seconds for this. After only 8.2 seconds, the speedometer of the MTM RS6 shows 200 km / h. The new RECARO Podium in the interior.
A RECARO seat fits like a glove. And it feels like sitting IN the seat and not ON it. This is what all RECARO models have in common. We call it Body Support. With a RECARO seat, where man meets machine, the road becomes a playground that gives the driver instant feedback, all the way. It boasts a low center of gravity, firm, compact upholstery, and the necessary freedom of movement for the arms. Its snug, supportive structure and side bolsters for excellent shoulder and torso support stabilize the body against lateral forces, cocooning it like a second skin. The result: controlled cornering – even at the extremes. And a “calculated thrill” of being faster – by design. Feel performance!
A racing car is not comfortable. It’s loud, hard, and stripped to its racing bones. As the key contact area between car and driver, the seat provides critical millisecond-by-millisecond feedback from the chassis, tires, brakes, engine and track surface. It has to be so perfectly tailored that you can forget everything aside from handling the car and winning the race. Every second on track demands every ounce of your focus and awareness. So what makes the difference? A seat that you barely notice, because it supports and cocoons you like a second skin. At RECARO we’re experts in human anatomy – especially the spine. Our racing seats are ergonomically designed to provide outstanding support and protection for your back against all the forces the track can throw at it.
Design is more than just good looks. The design of a RECARO seat is an essential element. It means the inseparable combination of functionality, ergonomics, and aesthetics. And it’s all about the person in the seat: Form follows human. RECARO Automotive does not respond to short-term trends but rather to values such as functionality, safety, ergonomics and quality. New forms, innovative materials and special colors enhance the experience created by appearance, feel, acoustics and smells.