(FOX NEWS) Honda UK will once again attempt to build the world's fastest lawn mower. This time it's called Mean Mower V2. The original Mean Mower was able to hit 116 mph to set the world record in 2013, and that was with a 109-horsepower engine. The mad minds at Honda UK are aiming for something higher, though: 150 mph.
Originally, when the company revealed the Mean Mower V2 in March, Honda UK said the hopped-up grass cutter could do 134 mph, but further testing shows it's capable of higher speeds. Dave Hodgetts, Managing Director, Honda UK, said, "a top speed of more than 150 mph is very much in our sights."
Honda UK didn't set a date, but it will attempt to set a new record with the Mean Mower V2. This time, 23-year-old racing driver Jessica Hawkins will pilot the machine.
Here's how the original #MeanMower does it.