Friday, 26 July 2013

Road - Prince's pram

ŠKODA has unveiled its ultimate 'pram for a prince'. It's purely conincidental that this concept vehicle has been announced in the week of the royal birth, because the idea originally came from a survey commissioned by ŠKODA which found that two thirds (76%) of 1,000 Dads admitted they would spend more time pushing baby if they had a higher spec and more stylish buggy.

Standing two metres high, the buggy comes complete with wing mirrors, hydraulic suspension, 20 inch alloy wheels, oversized brake callipers, anti-stress grips and a headlamp beam for night walks. Tots and teraways will be cossted inside with “sports-style upholstery” and “adjustable lumbar support”.

The full spec includes:
Wing mirrors
High spec brakes including brake lights
High-beam headlamp
Hydraulic suspension
20 inch alloy wheels
All terrain tyres
Oversized brake callipers
Anti-stress push-bar grips
Sports-style upholstery

There's an additional bonus, but it's one ŠKODA  haven't really thought through. The buggy is too big to be carried in any size of car, so you'll just have to buy a BIG van for family outings. The wife will be really chuffed about that. Life doesn't get much beter than this, eh?

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