Hoonicorn V2 Mustang is unveiled by the Rally Driver “Ken Block”, Ken Block went OTT with arrangements of his Hoonicorn 1965 Mustang. The Rallycross and drift star known worldwide for his band reduction Gymkhana internet series has nearly doubled the strength of the car in Gymkhana 7 star of 845 horsepower to a mindboggling 1,400 HP.
Hoonicorn V2 1400HP, as she has been dubbed, is packing the same 6.7-liter V8 Roush Yates produced 976 Newton meters of torque, but it is processed to run on methanol and now set a custom twin-turbo. The Hoornigan Mustang V2 was still running its all-wheel-drive system and was able to spin all four wheels for the latest updates. It’s hard to argue to the “kill all Tires” badge hanging Hoonicorn V2.
Ken Block said the car was made for a new video concept that a vehicle more than Hoonicorn V1 required. He seems to reach death. “We have approval for a new video concept using the Hoonicorn, but I need more power for what I need to do,” Block said Hoonicorn blog. “So, I developed the concept for the general idea of what I wanted, two turbos sticking out of the hood and handed it over my team to make them again with a functional way that happened, adding methanol to get the essay. produce the power that We ended up with Hoornigan Mustang 1,400 horsepower so that they can more than save a little. I was glad”
It is also no surprise that Block Hoonicorn V2 described as the scariest car he ever drove. “When I say that it is the absolute most frightening thing I’ve ever driven, I do not exaggerate. The engine revs and turns to destroy my Toyo tires so quickly that I can change gears fast enough. It really is a line numbing, crazy experience to try to ride this thing. It’s amazing. “the original Hoonigan Mustang is the car in the middle of controversy near London’s Cenotaph for the filming of an episode of the new-look Top Gear TV show Matt LeBlanc in the passenger seat.