Ken Block’s Gymkhana Ten
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade, you’ll know that Ken Block and the guys at Monster Energy, Hoonigan, and Ford have been pumping out insane driving videos under the moniker of Gymkhana. Now, they’ve finally unveiled their most anticipated installment to date, Gymkhana Ten — and trust us, it’s one hell of a ride.
Gymkhana Ten ditches the idea of a “single location” that’s been prevalent in the previous episodes — opting instead for not one, not two, but five different locations — all of which provide their own chaotic but impeccable setpiece for the automotive film. At each location, Block also helms a different car — starting with the WRC-spec Ford Fiesta pillaging a seriously modified frozen lake in Sweden, branching into a Detroit-based drift fest with none other than the 1,400-horsepower twin turbo V8 all-wheel-drive Mustang, the Hoonicorn, and stowing away to the tight streets of Mexico for an unforgettable rallycross binge that takes place in Block’s trademark Ford Focus. From here, it only gets more insane, with the crew burning up the star-studded streets of Los Angeles in an Escort Cosworth before wrapping up the 19-minute thrill ride in Texas, where Block unveils the all-new Hoonitruck — a 914-horsepower twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 Ford F-150 that’s been slammed to the ground on a custom tube-frame chassis.