Fahrradi Farfalla FFX – Ferrari look-alike bicycle
An Australian artist built a Ferrari look-alike bicycle – the Fahrradi Farfalla FFX, where FF stands for its power option, Fred Flintstone. This homemade Ferrari Fahrradi Farfalla FFX did not powered by anything above 500hp but it is equipped with pedals, crank arm, chain rings, handle, absorber, brakes, gear, four wheels, and some basic things you may find on a typical bicycle. In other words, power from driver’s leg is the source to move the car.
Guess what? The car has side mirror, glass look-alike sunroof, two seats, and gullwing doors! Headlight is built from 200 LEDs and the front view of the 220-lb Fahrradi Farfalla FFX is a combination of Ferrari Enzo and Ferrari 458 Italia. As for the rear view, phew, it’s one of a kind but kind of futuristic. If you view the car from far away, you may think that the car is fitted with some kind of 20-inch hot exotic wheels but it is actually bicycle wheels with less than three inches wide.
A cool car can’t without a cool name. The Australian artist Johannes Langeder named his vehicle Fahrradi Farfalla FFX not just because Fahrradi sounds like Ferrari. It’s because Fahrrad means bicycle in German and Farfalla means butterfly in Italian. Inside the car, there is no luxury dashboard or a set of nice audio system. There is an angle gear attached to the rear axle and it moves the gullwing doors while driving, resulting in wing beat similar to that of a butterfly – Farfalla.
The question now is if the Fahrradi Farfalla FFX is going for an auction, how much you willing to pay for the zero-emission, tax-free, maintenance-free exotic car? Hmm, yes we consider it as a car because it is four-wheeled, covered, and has a cool exterior.
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