This may seem kind of strange, and maybe somewhat gross. The Japanese auto company banded with Droog Design to make the “sweat-sensitive” fabric they call SOAK, to raise awareness about the chance of driving while dehydrated.
We’ve all been on boring rides before and comprehend that there’s a lot that may enter causing road fatigue — which is surely poisonous — but staying hydrated is probably a wise option.
Nissan is not yet likely to provide you with the SOAK material in its own vehicles. However, if the material really did become a pick, the cloth turns blue when you’re hydrated, together with a vibrant yellow as soon as you’re dried.
The very first innovator of SOAK, designer Paulien Routs, initially didn’t plan for its sweat-detecting material to be used in cars.