Arist Builds World's Slowest Porsche

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An artist in Austria has built a replica of a Porsche sports car. It's not only the world's cleanest and lightest, but the artist proudly bills his creation as the world's slowest Porsche. He built it out of tinfoil, tape and two bicycles. It's currently on display at a museum.

MARY LOUISE KELLY, host:

Our last word in business today comes from Austria, and it's pedal-power Porsche.

An artist in Austria has built an exact replica of a Porsche sports car. It's not only the world's cleanest and lightest - the artist proudly bills his creation as the world's slowest Porsche. Here's why: He built it out of tinfoil and tape and two bicycles. It's currently on display at a museum. You can also see the artist pedaling his Porsche around a track on YouTube.

That's the business news for MORNING EDITION, from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

And I'm Renee Montagne.

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