Will the American rally and rallycross driver, co-founder of the DC Shoes brand and multiple medalist at the X-Games named Ken Block actually the wild one Hoonicorn exchange for the Hoonifox? It seems like a new "monster" has been created! An extremely aggressive one based on a classic FoxBody Ford Mustang case (1979-1993) that may appear in Miami for the next Gymkhana video. However, only virtually for the time being. But the rendering may soon become reality because the Gymkhana star seems to be serious about actually wanting to build the Mustang. According to Block, the vehicle is a scene inspired by a Miami Vice movie with a white Lamborghini Countach. But Block doesn't want to see the Countach there, but the Hoonifox Mustang. The virtual vehicle was created with the help of designer Ash Thorp, who is also responsible for the muscle car look of the new Batmobile for the upcoming film "The Batman" with Robert Pattinson as Dark Knight.
Fox Body Mustang 'Hoonifox'
The result carries many components from diverse Mustangs with Fox-Body body, including tuned vehicles to various racing cars. But the main element is taken from the original Hoonicorn. We are talking about the large air openings on the bonnet for the powerful engine. Large ventilation slots can be seen on the right and left of the fenders and of course the vehicle has a widebody kit all around. It is highly likely that a powerful V8 will again provide propulsion, which is articulated acoustically via the side pipe sports exhaust system on the right and left. There is still an air scoop on the roof and even small details such as the carbon exterior mirrors are already considered in the virtual rendering. The rear shows itself by the way with a spoiler, which was inspired by the DTM racing version of the Fox Body in the 1980s and there is also a cool cat staircase on the rear window, a huge diffuser and spectacularly clad rear lights.
Perhaps completely in white this time?
Of course, the Fox-Body Mustang Hoonicorn is on motorsport alloy wheels with Toyo Tires that reveal a powerful brake system with large perforated brake discs, it has a brutal lowering and of course the unmistakable monster design of Block's previous vehicles. However, other designs can be seen in the video, because Block apparently wants a white vehicle. So Ash Thorp created a monster look variant without colors and also a very own version in the pretty flashy design of the 80s in pink, blue and yellow. So it will be interesting to see whether this part will become a reality. If we get the first information about this, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
(Photo / s: Ken Block YouTube)
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FoxBody Ford Mustang 'Hoonifox' Drift Car by Ken Block
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