Sparco has designed and engineered some of the most advanced Sport Seats in the world. Sparco designed and developed the first-ever adjustable carbon fiber seat for super cars in 1998, for the Lamborghini Diablo. Since then countless super cars such as the Bugatti Veyron and the Lamborghini Aventador have used Sparco design and technology in their vehicles. In addition to sport seats, Sparco also produces carbon fiber parts such as body panels, bumpers, roofs and aerodynamic pieces. Sparco also produces structural carbon fiber parts like stressed member engine cradles and various chassis parts.
The GRID Q was designed to provide the ultimate lateral support for different size drivers. This unique design incorporates individual padding that is attached by Velcro. This padding design allows for ventilation channels and the side panels that can be removed to accomodate wider drivers. The GRID Q features a brand new shell design that has deep side bolsters and very supportive shoulder bolsters for excellent lateral hold. In addition to the unique padding and shell design, the Grid Q is now made with Sparco QRT Technology which results in an ultra-light shell. The side cushion can be removed to give more room for a larger fit. The Grid Q features harness slots that can accommodate a large range of drivers. The Grid Q is FIA approved
Medium/Large – up to a 36” waist
What is QRT? Designed and developed at the Sparco OEM Composite Laboratory in Italy, QRT is a patented state-of-the-art technical process, based on aerospace technologies. QRT creates an unparalleled mechanical strength to weight ratio. This innovative production method generates the lightest composite seat shells currently on the market; in fact, it guarantees a reduction in total weight of up to 30% compared to traditional production methods.
QRT Technology – 30% Weight savings
Ultra-light fiberglass composite shell
Harness slots that can accommodate a wide range of drivers