Vijay Pattni13 January 2011

Video: Skoda’s Fabia vRS is mean

Skoda follows up famous Fabia 'cake' advert with new spot for vRS. Snakes happen

Contrary to what popular conjecture will tell you, it is not possible to eat a Skoda Fabia. Unless you are Richard Kiel.

2007's famous 'cake' advert would have you believe the Skoda Fabia is made of chocolately goodness and gluttonous cakey; think Willy Wonka meets Longbridge.

Skoda has now made the sequel, and it is not cakey, nor chocolately. To show just how tough the Fabia vRS is (read our review here), the new advert shows a group of nutters lovingly biting, punching and rattling the hot Fabia.

The engine is made of snakes. The chassis is made out of a skull. The alloys are cast from samurai swords and the front grille is made from razor wire.

Click the vid below to watch the full trailer, and then tell us what is brewing in those brains of yours: cakey or snakey?

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