The Ferrari has always been associated with speed. Even if for some odd reason, you didn't like how the car looked, you were sure that it went fast - really, really fast!
The Fahrradi Farfalla FFX is not your average Ferrari; actually it only looks like one, which may explain why it is not fast at all.
The Fahrradi Farfalla FFX is the world's slowest Ferrari, and its name says it all. In German, 'fahrrad' means 'bicycle,' and that is exactly how it's powered. The car's second name 'farfalla' translates to 'butterfly' in Italian and references its built-in butterfly mechanism; an angle gear attached to the rear of the axle moves the wing doors while driving, resulting in a beating method similar to that of the flying insect.
Although the body of the "car" may look like a Ferrari, it was not actually made to look like a replica. Besides the fact a bike powers it, there are subtle differences in shape that set the two apart.
The car's speed is completely based upon the "muscle power" of the driver, although we can't say that we would recommend normal road use. And although it seems that it may be even more dangerous to "drive" at night, the car features approximately 200 ultra-bright LEDs to light up the streets.
The car is currently on show at the Lentos Museum of Art in Linz, Austria until July 4th, 2012. If you can't make it out to Austria, you can take a look at the car/bike in action in the video below and stills of the Fahrradi Farfalla FFX in the gallery above!