Called the Max Motor Dreams, 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. To speak scientifically, babies get soothed by the vibration and gentle hum of the engine, just like when someone takes them in the lap and swings them while singing a song. Meet the Max Motor Dream Crib: an app-connected bassinet which allows your child to experience a auto ride by creating an enclosed sensory experience. For says the Max Motor Dreams was a one-off pilot but following numerous enquiries, the company is considering putting the unique cot into full-scale production.
Babies love vehicle rides. It is one that they can get into and rock them to sleep.
However, this is not the first instance of a smart crib.
Alright, I lied. This crib probably won't make your offspring enjoy the sound of a V-12 with ITBs, or express the slightest bit of interest in the insane bosozoku cars stancing their way around Japan. And with all those things combined, a fussy infant is sure to go to sleep in minutes.
Unfortunately, for those of you who have become interested in the Max Motor Dreams, since it is still a concept and very few have been created it will not be available for purchase unless Ford sees enough of a demand, and it probably won't be cheap. You have to make an appointment to test drive a Ford in Spain, and once you complete the test drive, you'll be entered into a raffle.