Ford’s New Baby Crib Uses Lights, Sounds, and Movements to Emulate Riding in a Car

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Who doesn’t love falling asleep to the muffled growl of a V8 engine?

If you’re the type of car-loving family that has motor oil running through your blood, you may be the ideal candidate for a new crib for your youngest, thanks to Ford Spain (assuming it’s not an April Fools’ joke a few days too late).

Called the Max Motor Dreams, the ‘smart’ crib aims to mimic riding in the backseat of a car – complete with LED lights that mimic passing streetlights, speakers that reproduce engine sounds, and rocking movements that emulate car turns.

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From an industrial design standpoint, it’s not a bad-looking crib. And for those that want to fine tune the sleeping experience, an accompanying app can even track familiar routes and recreate them using the onboard lights, sounds, and movements:

Currently, it appears that the crib is in a conceptual stage right now (surprise), but Ford Spain has supposedly produced one unit—which they are giving away to one lucky winner after they take a test drive in the Ford Max.

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