Presented as a concept study with a clear eye on future availability, Porsche has created what it's calling a "3D-printed bodyform full-bucket seat". It incorporates a central section — the seat and backrest cushions — made partly using a 3D printer. The base support of expanded polypropylene is bonded to a breathable comfort layer made from a mixture of polyurethane-based materials using a 3D printer, with three firmness levels available. An outer skin of perforated "Racetex" allows for climate control, while window panels provide a view of the 3D printed lattice structure underneath. The seat will be available to 40 911 and 718 track drivers as early as May, while street-legal versions should be available from mid-2021. Depending on customer interest, the company may also incorporate further customization, with seats adapted to the individual customer's specific body contours.