Fake It ‘Til You Make It: Man Builds Perfect Porsche Replica Out Of Cardboard


Moving at a maximum speed of 10 mph and boasting a flashy gold exterior, this Porsche may go undetected as an impostor.

Austrian creative genius Johannes Langeder is responsible for dreaming this design into life. Completing this project took six months and 1,000 hours in total work time.

Powered by bicycle mechanics hidden under the hood, the Porsche gets plenty of attention from the law.

Langeder has his permit ducks in a row, however, and the authorities can find no legal reasons that he can’t be on the road in a cardboard car. Legally, the vehicle is treated as a bike.

What a winning idea. Beyond the fact that this is truly the most eco-friendly car out there, Mr. Langeder is thrilled that he’s finally realized his dream of owning a Porsche.

Fake It ‘Til You Make It: Man Builds Perfect Porsche Replica Out Of Cardboard (Photos).

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