Adam Krehbiel, the creator, says the chair is ideal for transporting your Stig from the "Stig Farm" to wherever he is needed and, in case of an accident, can withstand the amazingly destructive force of an exploding Stig.
Two quick-connect tubes handle natural nitrogen outgassing that occurs when a Stig is being charged as well as any "unprocessed minced raw pork." Whatever that means.
The artist claims the chair's support structure is made from bent and mangled suspension pieces collected after NASCAR crashes with gel-cushioned padding covered in deer leather "harvested by the designer's car." The whole thing is then sprayed with Line-X for durability and easy cleaning. The coating also gives the chair resistance from 9mm gunfire, just in case.
With an $11,000 price tag, we'd have to argue this is more art than furniture, but then, we've never owned a Stig.