Ken Block is back! This time he’s ripping apart the streets of Los Angeles in his 7th installment of the legendary, drift-maniac ‘Gymkhana Seven: Wild in the streets of Los Angeles’. We have said before (in our Honda CR-V commercial article) that your eyes can lie to you. With Ken Block, one must ask oneself: “Is this even possible?”
We have been used to seeing Ken Block doing some really crazy stunts in a Subaru Impreza and Ford Focus rally specials but this time, Ken is the bad guy driving a wicked 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe called the Hoonicorn, which has been modified to death. Literally everything original was chucked out and the car was specially built from the bottom up by Block’s Hoonigan Racing Division, ASD Motorsports and RTR. Two years of hard work resulted in the combination of an all-time American classic, a NASCAR 6.7L V8 monster pouring a massive 845 bhp on all four wheels at the same time.
As always, Ken is ripping the Pirrelli specials everywhere he goes in L.A. A camera shot from inside the car actually shows how little you can see through the smoke which makes his pin point donuts even more amazing. Shocking is the only word that comes to mind when I saw Ken doing a few donuts around a leaping low-rider. If I was driving, none of the cars would be in one piece.
Ken did it again. He pushed out the boundaries of what is possible in a car to another level and never stops shocking us. Enjoy the video…
Source: © Hoonigan
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