Yes, you heard right. Cars converted into garden sheds are actually a thing in the UK - Ed China apparently owns one too. But surprisingly his is not the fastest in the world, that honour belongs to Kevin Nicks from South Yorkshire.
Nicks’ shed was awarded a Guinness World Record back in 2017 for hitting a speed of 129.83km/h, which is quite a feat considering the aerodynamic obstacles.
In the video below YouTube user LivingLifeFast pays a visit to Nicks and takes a ride in his special creation, which happens to be powered by a 335kW V8 engine sourced from an older-generation Audi RS4.
The car itself is based on a fifth-generation Volkswagen Passat estate, which originally came with Volkswagen’s 2.8-litre VR6 engine. The ‘shed’ has four-wheel-drive as well as hydraulic lifts on each wheel.
No doubt it would be a lot faster were it not for those... er… aerodynamic challenges.