Skoda has released a special edition of its diesel Fabia vRS, which has £2000 of extra equipment.
The Fabia vRS Special Edition has individually numbered black leather seats, red brake calipers and blue metallic paint.
It also includes cruise control and a six-CD changer. You can choose the number you want on your seats (001-1000) - but only if you're quick enough, because this is offered on a first come, first served basis.
Power comes from a 130bhp 1.9-litre turbodiesel, which can generate 229lb ft of pulling power - i's enough to drag the Fabia to 62mph in 9.5sec and on to a top speed of 128mph. It'll also manage an average of 55.4mpg, too.
The car will cost £12,990, which is £615 more than the standard vRS.
An all-new Fabia will go on sale in May, and a vRS version will follow at some point in 2008.
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