Velour seats were a popular option in classic cars, especially during the 1970s and ’80s. They were made of a plush fabric that provided a soft and comfortable seating surface. The fabric was often available in a variety of colors, allowing car owners to customize the interior of their vehicle to their liking (via Car & Driver).
While velour seats may not be as durable or stain-resistant as more modern seat materials, they do offer a unique look and feel that many classic car enthusiasts appreciate. Plus, they can add a touch of nostalgia to the driving experience, bringing back memories of cruising around in a classic car during their younger years.