Certainly nobody needs a grass mower that speeds up to 160 km/h in just over six seconds. But have this kind of device in your possession and be signed into Giunness’s record is something that sounds good.
It is a standard Honda HF 2622 mower from CBR1000RR Fireblade SP, with 205 hp at 13,000 rpm. Of course, there was still a lot of modification, enhancement and relief, as well as the use of the 2014 experience when the first Mean Mower set the record for the world’s fastest mower at 188 km/h.
In order to fulfill the second task, and to reach speed of 160 km/h in a little over six seconds, got a better power and mass ratio than Bugatti Chiron, or a horsepower per kilogram of vehicle mass.
Aside from the fast Honda Mean Mower V2, it can work and what its basic job is – grass cutting. For the record to be recognized, it has to fulfill all its basic functionalities, it has a carbon cutting grass knife that drives two electric motors, and does not take power from the drive aggregate. For all modifications, Honda called on its partner from BTTC, Team Dynamics, so the lawnmower has received many high technology solutions and materials, and also the use of 3D printing.
Jess Hawkins, a seasoned racer and racing competitor, had a record ride, and for the record to be recognized, he had to accelerate in two directions, and the average acceleration to 160 km/h was 6.29 seconds. The team was using the Lausitzring, which was a record set-up range to track the maximum speed of this super lawnmower, so it’s incredible 243 km/h, which means that the Honda Mean Mower V2 is much faster than its predecessor – the 2014 record label.