A British engineer has smashed the world record for wind powered vehicles, becoming the fastest naturally powered vehicle. Richard Jenkins clocked 126 mph in the Greenbird, a wind powered vehicle. The Greenbird that resembles a stretched missile with giant fin, set the top speed in Nevada, U.S. The fifth generation Greenbird, which Jenkins designed and built on his 10 year quest to beat the previous record, uses a combination of technology found in aircraft and Formula one cars. The Greenbird is a technology that is going to change the way vehicles run today and consume fuel. The wind powered vehicle which had speed has a barrier is now resolved and the technology can to the next level.