A supercar goes superbike in a video that was made by a created by a sizable cast and crew that features a replica of the track-only Ferrari FXX. Hannes Langwelder is the Austrian artist that is the mastermind behind the whole production.
The replica is only of the car’s body, with its power made by pedal… not gas peddle, but bicycle pedal. It is called the Fahrradi Farfall FFX, which means Bicycle Butterfly. The 220-lb replica’s dual set of pedals are mated to 11 gears.
This is not the first pedal-pushed model that Langwelder has created, either. He previously created a pedal-powered Porsche in 2010, which was driven on TV’s Top Gear by Richard Hammond.
As much as the video might make you laugh, but the Fahrradi is actually on display at the LENTOS Museum of Art in Linz, Austria and is available to purchase for a quite ridiculous $1.5 million USD. (See more pictures and video below, after the jump)
Also see – Snaefell Laverda Sidecar Project
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Source – WorldCarFans