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March is the month of the American awareness of autism. Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a group of disorders that impede normal processes of muscle strength and behavior that affect movement and coordination. To support this, Lexus, known as the luxury car brand, in partnership with the Cerebral Palsy Foundation (CPF), has created a car for Children in order to move them comfortably.
Six-year-old Finley Smallwood is the recipient of the Lexus
This month. According to Rachel Byrne, CPF executive director, “People with cerebral palsy rarely receive intervention and support. That they need, when they need it. "
Cooper Ericksen, Lexus Group vice president of product planning and strategy, saw the opportunity for its brand to join CPF. "We build vehicles around the art and science of human needs," Ericksen said. In this case, we want to find out what this means for children with cerebral palsy The fun of moving like any other kid. "
The Finley sedan is designed with a collision control feature designed specifically for the Finley to prevent time travel. On the car for a long time. The car is also low from the ground, making Finley easy to climb. Both the steering wheel and other seats have mattresses to prevent collision. It really is an all-around Lexus concept