The Ferrari FXX is one of the fastest cars ever built. The Fahrradi Farfalla FXX isn’t.
Built as an art project, the Fahrradi Farfalla FXX is made of tinfoil and is fuelled by pedal power. That’s right, this is a quadricycle. MT Racing, the company that built the Fahrradi, refer to it as a “muscle” car.
The FXX is the second model they have built. Fans of Top Gear may remember that Richard Hammond drove/rode the first car, an homage to the Porsche 911, around the test track.
Fahrradi, a name that combines the German word for bike with the letter “i,” is displaying its interpretation of the FXX until July at the Lentos Museum of Art in Austria.
According to MT Racing’s site, there is also a Veyron replica in the works. We cannot wait to see that.
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