If you’re jockeying to cut your lawn in record time this summer, here’s a little dream to dream.
The Guinness Book of World Records has crowned the Honda Mean Mower V2 as the fastest lawnmower in the world, capable of reaching 100 miles per hour in 6.29 seconds. It uses the same motor as the Honda Fireblade SP motorcycle, a 999cc, four-cylinder engine that produces 200 horsepower at 13,000 RPM. Honda claims that, at top speed, the new Mean Mower could hit more than 150 mph on the open road (the average lawnmower travels at 5 to 6 mph). Riding on custom Hoosier racing tires, the Mean Mower cuts grass thanks to battery-powered electric motors with carbon fiber blades.
Although the Mean Mower isn’t commercially available, we were hoping Honda could send it over for a bit of yard work.
How does this weekend sound?