I’m sure when you read the title of this you expected something that looked a little more… Well, a little more like a pedal bike and less like a Ferrari. But don’t let its super-car persona fool you, the Fahrradi Farfalla FFX is fully powered by pedals situated where you’d expect to find the accelerator and break.
The pedal car was built by Austrian artist Hannes Langeder and is on display at the Lentos Museum of Art in Linz, Austria.
The ‘super-bike-car’ holds two people, is aerodynamically designed, has 11 gears, skinny wheels that work in tandem and two ‘gullwing’ doors that open upwards. It is even able to be driven at night due to the sleek and expensive looking 200 ultra-bright LED lights.
Only weighing 100kg due to its lightweight plastic tubed body and steel chassis, the Fahrradi Farfalla is shockingly light in comparison with how it looks.
Named after the German name for bicycle ‘fahrrad’ and the Italian word for butterfly, ‘farfalla’ the Farhrradi Farfalla has a grand price tag of £1.2 million, making it the most expensive bicycle in the world!
Clearly proving they have a sense of humour the team behind the expensive pedal car also made a hilarious and tongue-in-cheek video to promote it, you can watch this below: