For many, owning and driving a supercar is at the very top of their wish list.
Unfortunately, given the cost of owning a luxury or prestige motor, they are well beyond the bank balance of the many of us millennials in the UK.
While that may be true, your mind will wonder to the next best option of driving about town looking like a million dollars.
Well, one man took things into his own hands, literally, and built his own supercar – out of a bicycle.
He set to work on his Porsche with the priority being environmentally friendly and handmade from disused parts.
There’s no engine – you have to peddle your way around because the centre of the car is made from a quadracycle, a four-wheeled human-powered land vehicle.
Human-powered quadracycles have been in use since 1853 and now, one is powering this ‘supercar’.
Supercar sales platform prestigemotorwarehouse.co.uk says the build during the video is incredible.
“There is no doubt this is the most eco-friendly supercar on the planet,” said the sales site.
“The video is a fascinating watch with how the car is built from recycled parts.
“There’s certainly no other car like this that we know about so it would be interesting to know where it is and what has happened to it?”
You can watch the build of the Porsche here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWYb0NvyJA8
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