Ken Block’s “Wild In The Streets of L.A.” Gymkhana 7

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

Ken Block has been wowing us for years with his insanely entertaining, often death-defying Gymkhana videos. The man we all know and love is back in action, presenting to us the official video for Gymkhana 7, “Wild in the Streets of Los Angeles.”

During this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Block debuted his monstrous all-wheel drive, 845-horsepower 1965 Ford Mustang, announcing this would be the star of the new Gymkhana video. Like many of you out there, we could hardly wait – and the finished product doesn’t disappoint. “Wild in the Streets” sees the beloved rally car driver behind the wheel of that beastly Mustang as he navigates the streets of Los Angeles in a way that only Ken Block can. With some help from local enforcement, he was able to shut down many of the local streets, once again putting his skills on display for the whole world to see.

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