there’s nothing sissy about pushing your little one around in a baby stroller, unless the pram in question happens to be of Barbie’s design (there’s no way we are going to look like Ken. no freaking way). however, in any case if you feel that you belongs to the 33 percent British dads who felt embarrassed pushing a conventional prams, then the conceptional Skoda vRS Mega Man-Pram Baby Stroller might change you mind and why wouldn’t it be? cos’ 76% of the male population sampled said that they would be more inclined to spend more time pushing the baby around if the stroller were stylish, high spec buggy. billed as the “ultimate baby buggy”, the vRS Mega Man-Pram is a “high-performance vehicle” that’s designed give any man folks the ultimate baby transportation experience.

as you can see from the image above, this upsized baby stroller (hence the namesake “mega”) comes complete with wing mirrors, high-spec brakes with brake lights, headlamp, hydraulic suspension, massive 20-inch alloy wheels shod in all-terrain tires, oversized brake calipers, anti-stress push-bar grips, and a sports-style upholstery to match the rest of the “vehicle” and also to complement the latest Octavia vRS sports sedan. we have always liked the German-owned Czech marque, especially the Octavia, and as you would have imagined, we are totally digging the Skoda vRS Mega Man-Pram Baby Stroller – if only they were real – so yes, it is a concept released in conjunction to the Octavia vRS and starred in the recent Skoda Octavia vRS TVC, which you can watch it below.

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our question is, will it be motor assisted? cos’ we can’t imagine the effort required just to nudge the four humongous wheels around. nevertheless, an awesome concept that we considered the next manliest baby stroller since the Longboard Stroller.

Skoda UK via Diseno-art

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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