Ferrari makes some of the most drool-worthy cars on the planet, but they're not exactly going to win you any friends at the local treehuggers club. The Fahrradhi Farfall FFX lets you look stylish while keeping green by ditching the gas guzzling engine, and replacing it with some pedals.
Built by Austrian artist Hannes Langeder, the Fahrradi has a lightweight tubular frame covered by a body that looks kind of like the Ferrari FFX supercar. It even has gullwing style doors to give it a little added wow factor.
The one thing it doesn't have is the heart stopping wail of a V-12 engine, but you can add your own sound effects just like in the video.
The one-off Fahrradi is actually for sale, but at $1.6 million dollars it's actually only $200,000 less than a real FFX. Then again, think of all the money you'll save on gas.