Some people dream of owning a Porsche, while others would rather get around on a bike. Austrian Hannes Langeder, however, would rather have both — which is why he built the Ferdinand GT3 RS.

Billed as the “world’s slowest Porsche”, the Ferdinand GT3 RS may look like standard sports car from a distance, but it’s actually a foil-covered plastic and cardboard body that sits on a simple pedal-powered chassis.

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Some people dream of owning a Porsche, while others would rather get around on a bike. Austrian Hannes Langeder, however, would rather have both — which is why he built the Ferdinand GT3 RS.

Billed as the “world’s slowest Porsche”, the Ferdinand GT3 RS may look like standard sports car from a distance, but it’s actually a foil-covered plastic and cardboard body that sits on a simple pedal-powered chassis.

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The vehicle is more work of art than serious mode of transportation, but it’s still fully functional — as the video below shows…

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[Ferdinand GT3 RS]

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