BBC's Top Gear last night took the world's first 4WD Fanny for a test drive and claimed it was absolutely fanny-tastic!
The Fanny has six speeds, is self cleaning and sports a nifty go-faster stripe for the more discerning slapper about town.
Rumours had been rife about the mechanical wonder box but until now it had been kept carefully under wraps by American boffins.
The super snatch is fully compatible with Windows XP and has an 80 Gig hard drive, GPS navigation and a 32" plasma screen built in. Top Gear's Richard Hammond was one of the first to road test the mechanical marvel today and he gave it a big thumbs up.
"I'm normally used to my wife's clapped out old box," he told us today, "So it was a real treat for me to take this little beauty for a few laps round the track. The handling was simply phenomenal, it was the most comfortable ride I've ever had."
Jeremy Clarkson claimed the revolutionary machine would radically change the future of design.
"I'm trading in my girlfriend's as soon as I get home," he said last night, "At the moment she's got a nice little runabout but I'm determined to have something with a bit more room and pace."