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Ken Block’s Second-Gen Ford Raptor Gets The Hoonigan Treatment

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Apr 23, 2019

Category: Rides

To say that both Ken Block and his Hoonigan counterparts are known for their wild sense of style would be an understatement, but there’s no denying that the renowned rally car driver is a step ahead of the rest when it comes to “the next big thing.” Now, SVC Offroad (who you might remember from Block’s Snow-Track Raptor build), has released a beastly, one-of-a-kind Ford Raptor that’s ready to steal the show at Moab.

Block’s newest Hoonigan vehicle makes Ford’s already intimidating second-gen Raptor even more ferocious than before — thanks to a revised suspension system, custom bodywork, and unique reflective graphics that articulate based on the amount of light that’s available. An SVC Mojave front bumper, Rigid Adapt lightbars that adjust based on vehicle speed, and bespoke fiberglass over-fenders built by Advanced Fiberglass Concepts allow Block’s vehicle to stand apart from the rest of the off-road community, without looking too over-the-top. There’s a number of intricate characteristics that we didn’t talk about here, so if you’re interested, check out the video below for the full rundown.

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