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Corbeau Sportline Series Seats Released

For street, track, or off-road use

Annette Carrion
Dec 9, 2013
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UK-based Corbeau, a company that specializes in building seats for sports cars and race cars, has just released its new Sportline series consisting of the RRB, RRS, and RRX.


Sportline RRB ($519 per seat)

The RRB combines the “bucket” look and feel that you see in a fixed back seat while retaining the convenience of a reclining seat. It features injection molded foam, strategically placed bolsters for support, and harness belt capability. The seat is available in a black cloth with a black carbon fiber vinyl contrast, and will fit up to a 38-inch waist.


Sportline RRX ($499 per seat)

Corbeau sportline RRX Photo 2/3   |   Corbeau Sportline Series Seats

The RRX is a blend of aggressive lateral bolster support with the comfort of a daily driver seat. It’s a seat for street, the track, or off-road use. It features injection molded foam, strategically placed bolsters for support, and harness belt capability. The seat is available in a black vinyl with a grey carbon fiber vinyl contrast, and will fit up to a 38-inch waist.


Sportline RRS ($475 per seat)

Corbeau sportline RRS Photo 3/3   |   Corbeau Sportline Series Seats

The RRS features top of the line injection molded foam, strategically placed bolsters for support, and harness belt capability. It is available in a black vinyl with a carbon fiber vinyl contrast, and will fit up to a 38-inch waist.


For the tuner who wants to upgrade the seats of a daily driver, or track car, the new Sportline series by Corbeau is worth checking out.

For more information, please visit: www.corbeau.com or call them direct at 801-255-3737.

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