Hannes Langeder has already given us the world’s slowest Porsche AKA the pedal powered Porsche 911 replica dubbed the Ferdinand GT3 RS and now the Austrian artist is back with yet another bicycle disguised to look like a famous supercar. Christened Fahrradi Farfall FFX, this Ferrari FXX look-alike may not be able to compete with the track-only 250 mph supercar with its meager 10mph speed, but it certainly does make riding a bike and taking the green turn stylish as heck. The vehicle’s name is composed of “farfalla”, the Italian phrase for butterfly and “fahrrad” the German word for bicycle.
Complete with gullwing doors, a low-slung profile and aerodynamics that mimic the sleek silhouettes of the high-end supercar from Maranello, the supercars-style bicycle seats two and comes with an 11 gear operating mechanism that powers the slim, tandem wheels via pedals.
The second pedal-powered supercar from the artist stands head and shoulders above other pedal-run car look-alikes like this wire frame Range Rover Evoque and there is no doubt that the Fahrradi Farfall FFX can certainly help popularize the quest for eco-friendly transportation in urban centers.
The high-performance supercar clone is custom-made and comes with the smooth, red finish that matches the Ferrari FXX. The Fahrradi Farfall FFX also happens to be the world's most expensive bicycle with a price tag of a stunning £1 million.
The vehicle features over 200 ultra-bright LED lights which allow it to be driven at night as well which makes it road legal in Austria. Thanks to a steel chassis and a plastic tubed body, the lightweight vehicle still weighs around 100kg. At the moment, the Fahrradi Farfall FFX is on display as part of an automotive exhibition at Linz, Austria-based LENTOS Museum of Art.