Ken Block Blitzes Up China’s Deadliest Road In His 914HP Hoonitruck

Nov 19, 2019

Category: Entertainment

Even outside the automotive world, Ken Block is practically a household name for his unrivaled motorized antics — which have been captured in spectacular fashion in his series of Gymkhana videos. And while that particular endeavor looks to have come to a close, it’s been replaced by Hoonigan’s newest series with the high-speed madman. And they may have just released their most bonkers entry yet with Climbkhana TWO.

This new jaw-dropping video features Block in his Hoonitruck — a Ford F150-based custom rig boasting a blistering 914 horsepower. And while taming such a beast is a feat in itself, what makes this particular clip all the more mind-blowing is that he drives it up China’s Tianmen Mountain on a 99-turn road known for being the most dangerous in the entire country. You’ll have to watch the video yourself if you want to see how well Ken Block fares, but if this is the next evolution in his absurd catalog of automotive feats, we’ll be waiting with bated breath for the next entry.

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