Check out the pictures of the Ferdinand GT3 RS. Yes, this is a model of the Porsche roadster that we all love--and if we put in the same time and effort we can all have ourselves a fake Porsche as well.
Since the Ferdinand GT3 RS is the lightest Porsche ever made by man and it has no engine, you would probably have to ride this baby 'Flintstones' style. The car is made out of cardboard and is covered in gold duct tape.
I say the Ferdinand GT3 RS is a sweet ride with which to pick up your next date--or maybe just to show them.
The Ferdinand GT3 RS Porsche Roadster May Look Legit, But it's Not
1. Fake Car Models - Creating life-sized fake cars models for personal use or exhibition could be a new trend in the luxury and automobile industry.
2. Cardboard-based Products - The production and marketing of cardboard-based products as a cheap alternative could become a new trend in many industries including automotive, fashion and interior design.
3. Personalized Hobby Projects - The rise of individuals undertaking personal hobby projects like making a cardboard car model could lead to opportunities for disruptive innovation in the education and entertainment industry.
1. Luxury Car - Luxury car makers can explore the potential of offering personalization services where customers can create life-sized fake car models to match their dreams and budget.
2. Automotive - Automobile manufacturers can study the use of cardboard to create more eco-friendly cars and car parts which could revolutionize the industry.
3. Advertising - Advertising and marketing agencies can use the trend of cardboard-based products to design eye-catching and low-cost products for promotional purposes.