To sell a product, one needs to market it properly. But even more important is the way you package the idea into a neatly designed and well fabricated entity. One needs to draw some inspiration from Fahrradi Farfall FFX. The exteriors are no inkling to what can be expected inside. Instead of expecting a roaring V12 engine under the hood and some really hot wheeled brakes, one can expect a pair of pedals, 11 gears and 200 ultra-bright LED lights. Yes, there is a cycle fitted inside the main body of the car, which runs solely on leg power. With a capacity to seat just two people, the bicycle is just what it takes to get a one up on everyone around you.
By the looks of it, this is a sure shot winner, ready to zoom into your lives with its 100kg lightweight plastic tubed body and steel chassis. But, this has definitely not deterred the Austrian artist Hannes Langeder from bringing forth his extremely efficient yet creative talent. The body is so light, it literally goes flapping in the wind, sometimes, almost rising above the ground. This is the true beauty of the The Fahrradi Farfall FFX.
The Fahrradi Farfall FFX may have taken one whole year to become the reality it is today, but it deserves every penny of the £1.2 million’s opening price. The Fahrradi Farfall FFX may definitely not be an Ferrari, but it’s no less. The design has been inspired from the original model, and has the patented gulf wing doors giving it company on the sides. Enjoy a leisurely speed of 10 mph as you may not be able to zoom around, but enjoy commuting around in an eco-friendly, pollution free way.