Although it has the basic shape of a Porsche 911, this so-called Ferdinand is the complete opposite of what that iconic brand stands for.
Here is a video showing the new Ferdinand GT3 RS, a zero-emissions car named after the legendary Porsche founder. Unfortunately the car has nothing to do with Porsche, other than being shaped like a 911.
It features a "gold-painted" exterior, has a big rear wing and "massive air inlets at the front spoiler to save the driver from sweating too much." Amazingly it weighs just 99.6kg (219.6 lbs). Even more amazing is that it does not have an engine, "because of economic reasons."
Watch as the presenter takes us through a walkabout presentation and a drive around the race track. Ferdinand is shown at Lentos - Museum of Art Linz / Austria.