Human Powered Ferrari by Hannes Langeder – You can drive a car like the Ferrari FXX without polluting the environment? Yes, if it is the Fahrradi Farfalla FFX. The supercar inspired by the fireball of Maranello is not driven by an electric motor, but by a traction even cleaner: a pair of pedals.
Created by Hannes Langeder, creator of the Porsche GT3 RS Pedal christened Ferdinand, the new Fahrradi Farfalla FFX gets its name from the combination of the German word “Fahrrad” (which means “bicycle”), “Ferrari” and “i” as products marketed by Apple.
Realized around an aluminum frame characterized by a body made of adhesive materials with doors, vertical opening, the Fahrradi Farfalla FFX can be pushed by one or two people, thanks to the pair of pedals on board.
Exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in Linz, the Fahrradi Farfalla FFX will soon be joined by a new supercar: Hannes Langeder MT Racing and his team are working on the project because UC Veyron. Fahrradi Farfalla FFX is currently for sale for only £1.2 million.