You've really got to love Ford for giving the environmental messaging the old college try — they've put out yet another press release touting the magical petroleum-reducing soybean-based foam in their seats. This time, it's not just that they've invented a new way to make seat foam out of the fruit that makes you toot. Nope, this release is all about promoting the first vehicle they'll be offering the new seat foam in — the 2008 Ford Mustang. While we could go with more easy jokes about putting your foot down on the gas as your seat passes gas, we've got something more important to ask. Namely, why Ford has yet to learn using soy-foam as an argument for your car company significantly reducing CO2 emissions and dependence on Middle East oil — doesn't so much pass the smell test. Full press release after the jump.
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