Children: they fall asleep in the car. And so do I, thank God for those rumble strips on the side of the highway. This is the conceptual Max Motor Dreams, a smart crib designed by Ford to replicate the feeling of riding in a car, but not with your head out the window like a dog. That's a shame.
the crib contains LED lights that glow similarly to street lights, and has speakers at the bottom that can make muffled engine sounds for ambient noise. Naturally, it gently vibrates and rocks to mimic a ride in the backseat, and even comes with an app designed to track your car's route so it can reproduce the movements from that drive for your baby.
Cool, but do you know what would make it even more authentic? Me constantly honking and yelling at all the other drivers and giving them the finger. *lays on the horn* STOP TEXTING AND DRIVE. I'll ram you, I mean it. I didn't buy this old pickup to haul anything but ass after I rear-end people who deserve it.
Keep going for a video from Ford España.
Thanks to my buddy D.j., who's holding out for a jetpack crib. Now that's relaxing.