Check out the World’s Fastest Road-Legal Shed Can Do 96 MPH

The thing about Great Britain is that pretty much any vehicle can get a license plate there, including Caterhams that wouldn’t be legal elsewhere, high-speed sofas, and the world’s quickest electric road car. Now, we can add the world’s fastest shed to the list.

 Kevin Nicks built his high-speed shed at home with his daughter. Starting with a Volkswagen Passat, powered by a 2.8 V6 good for around 200 horses, Nicks built the steel-framed shed to his own design. But since this mid-sized sedan now weighs more than two tons due to the added building, he also tossed in a bottle of nitrous oxide, which can grant an additional 75 horsepower to the shed’s drag racing potential. And parking remains as easy as with any small house, if not easier.

This unique vehicle’s top speed is limited by not only its mass, but also the fact that it is about as aerodynamic as a pair of Land Rover Defenders welded to a Mercedes G Wagen.

Still, 96.831 miles per hour is not too shabby from a shed that can corner, go backwards and act as the ultimate camping van on a rainy day. Which Britain has plenty of.


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