What looks like the Ferrari FXX, one of the more desirable supercars out there in the market, is actually the Fahrradi Farfall FFX, which is actually converted from the humble two-wheeled ride that we have come to call the bicycle. This is definitely one of the more creative vehicles ever worked on as a DIY project, boasting an aerodynamic design, a low profile as well as futuristic gullwing doors. The thing is, you might save a ton on the fuel when “driving” this thing around, but your lungs are in for a smashing good time of exercise, considering you will need to pedal to your destination.
No longer will the V12 engine be available at your disposal, trading that for pedal power, but what boggles the mind is the cost of the Fahrradi Farfall FFX – it has been priced at a rather insane £1.2 million. Austrian artist Hannes Langwelder took more than a year to construct the Fahrradi Farfall FFX from the beginning all the way to the end, and it tips the scales at 100kg. The thing is, you can even bring the Fahrradi Farfall FFX out for a ride at night courtesy of its 200 ultra-bright LED lights.
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