Ken Block’s 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn

Nov 5, 2014

Category: Rides, Showcase

While we impatiently await the Gymkhana 7 arrival, Ken Block has pulled the curtain back on his latest ride (which also happens to be the real star of the show). Say hello the menacing Hoonicorn, a badass 1965 Ford Mustang.

Block and the team at the Charlotte, North Carolina based ASD Motorsports took their time building this thing, assembling this animal over a 2 year period. The end result is a 845 horsepower beast equipped with a Roush Yates 410 cubic inch (that’s 6.7 liters for those of you counting) Ford V8 powerplant mated to a six-speed transmission. Block prefers his vehicles to be all-wheel drive, and the Hoonicorn was no exception. Add to that an insane body kit atop a carbon fiber body, stealthy paint job, beautiful bronze wheels, and you have yourself one hell of a vehicle. The car is set to make its official debut at this week’s Las Vegas SEMA show, and it will take center stage in the upcoming Gymkhana 7 film. This is easily our favorite Block model to date, and we can’t wait to see what this thing does with the rally car driver behind the wheel. The video has already been shot, we’re just waiting on the release.

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