Amerigon Incorporated, a leader in developing products based on advanced thermoelectric (TE) technologies, announced today that its proprietary Climate Control Seat (CCS) system is available as an optional feature in the front driver seat of the new 2008 Nissan Maxima, Nissan's flagship sedan.
CCS, the premier actively heated and cooled seat system in the global automotive seat market, allows the driver to heat and cool their seat individually for comfort in any weather condition at any time of the year.
Amerigon President and Chief Executive Officer Daniel R. Coker said the Maxima enjoys a long-standing heritage as the flagship of the Nissan line. The addition of CCS to the Maxima underscores Nissan's commitment to providing consumers value-enhancing features that add to the ownership experience and deliver year round driver and passenger comfort.
"The Nissan Maxima, one of America's most popular vehicle lines, has always been known for performance and luxury, and our seat comfort system will be an important addition to its well-deserved legacy," Coker said. "The selection of CCS to be included as an option in the Maxima increases the number of vehicles manufactured by Nissan to offer CCS and reflects the positive relationship we have established with Nissan over the past several years."
Other vehicles from Nissan that offer CCS include the Infiniti M45, Infiniti M35, Infiniti FX35, Infiniti FX50, Nissan Cima and Nissan Fuga. The Nissan Teana offers Amerigon's new heated and ventilated seat system.
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