GM is getting very specific about the details of their cars. For instance they had their engineers study lots of bottoms to make comfortable seats, and now they made a car with headrests designs to accommodate ponytails!
It might sound silly at first, thinking about a passenger’s hairdo, but it shows they are thinking about the little things that make driving more comfortable and more enjoyable. That is very nice, kind of.
The new seats which took more than 1000 hours development, and are offered in 2012 Buick Verano, also prevent “hot spots” from happening on long drives. Verano uses the same grade of premium leather, support foam and plush padding as LaCrosse, but the compact’s seat bolsters are designed to offer more side support to hold passengers in the most-comfortable position possible.
Other highlights include French-stitched leather, adjustable console arm rest, padded door arm rests and bolsters. So if seat comfort is the only important factor for you while choosing a new car, or if you have a ponytail, the Verano is the perfect car for you.
The Verano goes on sale later this year with a starting price of $23,470 including $885 in destination charges.