Looks can most definitely be deceiving and, at first glance, you would think that this so-called Porsche "Ferdinand 911 GT3 RS" is the latest in a long line of high-powered performance cars to come out of Stuttgart. Unfortunately, the name is about the only thing this car and the Porsche have in common.
In fairness, it’s undeniably got the styling cues of the 911 down pat and, with materials ranging from a high-tech chassis bonded with a polyethylene-coated special-edition tape and a body that consists of thin sheets of paperboard that’s covered in a space-age aluminum foil, there would be little apprehension - at least, until you see the wheels - on whether this was a prototype Porsche or not.
Then, we get to the car’s engine - or lack thereof, in this case. This "Ferdinand 911 GT3 RS" comes with a left-to-mid mounted human boxer unit that goes as fast as the driver’s feet can work the pedals. In so many words, this Porsche is about as fuel-efficient as any Porsche you’ve ever seen. That’s because it doesn’t have one.
Somewhere, Fred Flintstone is laughing his heart out.