Honda is working on the world’s fastest lawn mower, which will reach speeds of up to 150 mph. The “Mean Mower V2” features a 999cc engine that is capable of churning out 189 horsepower and sending the garden vehicle from 0-60mph in less than three seconds. That makes the Mean Mower V2 more powerful than the base model Audi A3 and quicker than a Ferrari 488 (0-60 mph in 3.0 seconds). Honda wants to retake the crown of world’s fastest lawn mower after losing its mantle to a Norwegian company in 2014. The company is still putting the final touches to the design and it’s unknown when the record-breaking attempt will be made. The V2’s predecessor was listed as the World’s Fastest Lawn mower in 2013, when it reached 116.575 mph. This was topped a year later when a Viking mower, made by a Norwegian group and fitted with a Corvette’s V8 engine, reached 134 mph a year later.
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