Only 6,285 seconds for acceleration from 0 to 150 km / h. And no, we're not talking about a superbike, but a lawnmower. That really works.
The Honda Mean Mower V2, driven by stuntman and pilot Jess Hawkins, has won the Guinnes World Record for "Faster acceleration for a lawnmower".
The test for the registration of the record was carried out in Germany last May, on two routes in different directions: the average result was the final result. An indispensable condition for the assignment of the Guinness is the actual cutting capacity.
The team also has time to see a long-term Mean Mower V2 point to see what's really interesting: the mower, which features a 999cc four-cylinder engine taken from the Honda's high-performance CBR1000RR Fireblade SP motorcycle (200 bhp at 13,000 rpm) marked an incredible top speed of 150.99 miles per hour.