The Honda Mean Mower V2 has been unveiled by the automotive brand in Dresden, Germany as the next-generation of the speedy lawnmower that broke the Guinness World Record for land speed. Accelerating to 100mph in just 6.285 seconds, the lawnmower was built by the brand with a 999cc four-cylinder engine that was taken from a CBR1000RR Fireblade SP motorcycle. Aside from the impressive acceleration, the lawnmower reached a top speed of 150.99mph when driven for the test by race car driver Jessica Hawkins.
The Honda Mean Mower V2 lawnmower is, despite its ultra-fast capabilities, still able to cut grass. The vehicle is also outfitted tis additional components from the aforementioned Fireblade SP motorcycle including a six-speed transmission, clutch, ECU and LCD.
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