Ford Designs A Crib That Simulates Car Movements and Ambiance

   By SheSpeaksTeam  Apr 14, 2017

Many parents know what’s it like to grab the car keys and go for one of those 2 a.m. drives just to soothe a fussing baby. Something about the sound of the engine coupled with the gentle bumps in the road can’t be replicated by a simple rocking chair for some babies. But Ford is hoping to make those late night car rides a thing of the past with their new bassinets that mimic the sound and feeling of a car.

CNN reports about Ford’s Max Motor Dreams, a prototype bassinet that does everything possible to make your baby think they’re in the car (or the womb). The new crib looks a lot like the pricey SNOO smart bassinet we reported about, but unlike other bassinets the Max Motor Dreams is designed with speakers that sound like the soft purring of a car’s engine.

The Ford designed crib also mimics the movement of a car by rocking the base of the crib from side to side and LED lights that turn on and off to simulate passing street lights. If you’re ready to rush out and buy one of these for your car loving baby, you may have to wait a while. The crib was created as a one off for an ad campaign to promote their Max line of cars and raffled off to lucky parents. But, due to interest and popularity of the design, Ford is now considering mass production of the cribs.

What do you think of this bassinet designed to simulate car movement?

Do you think parents would purchase this crib if Ford decides to mass produce it?

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mattngabparents by mattngabparents | MALVERN, AR
Aug 25, 2017

I wish this had been invented 12 years ago. My husband and I must have put thousands of mile on our vehicle when our oldest was a baby.

Amfry2 by Amfry2 | Marshall, IL
May 03, 2017

This...I so needed this when my triplets were infants.

cowlover93 by cowlover93 | GALESBURG, IL
May 02, 2017

I would have bought this when my kids were babies. I think its a great idea

omunroe by omunroe | THREE RIVERS, MI
Apr 23, 2017

It's about time 🦄

dogtrainer by dogtrainer | Porter, TX
Apr 19, 2017

What a great idea! Beats actually having to actually drive anywhere or rock endlessly to get a similar effect.

basilandcatnip by basilandcatnip | GARLAND, TX
Apr 19, 2017

I can still remember my dad having to get up and drive me around late at night when he was so tired. He still has that car and recently had it restored. This product would be great... though minus the good memories.