HOONICORN RTR a Mustang for the Underworld!

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Danger! There is a "Update " which contains new information (pictures, data, video). The new info you will find specially marked at the end of the article! When you see this car you might think that the Batmobile has received a second edition. This is not a souped-up Lincoln but a 65 Ford Mustang. No one less than Ken Block is allowed to direct this monster. The Hoonicorn RTR will be the main actor in the new film Gymkhana 7!

(Photo © 2014 HOONIGAN ™)
It's the newest toy for drift artist Ken Block. It was presented at SEMA 2014. The American rally professional showed an unusual retro car together with Ford. So far, Ken Block has always been out and about with the latest models. The technology and the optics are donated this time by a car from the 60s, a 1965 Ford Mustang Notchback. The reason is the fiftieth birthday for this model.

In order to be prepared for the assignment with Ken Block, however, Hoonigan Racing Division had to lend a hand. Particular attention was paid to the drive train, which received a “small” update: 850PS -> 1000 Newton meters of torque! Wow….

The all-wheel-drive Mustang really flexes its muscles and roars through the next Ken Block Clip with its 6,7 liter V8. The brutal, beautiful optics will not be visible, however, because we assume that the Hoonicorn RTR in the drift video Gymkhana 7 will probably have disappeared behind a cloud of white smoke for most of the time.

Update from "25.08.2015/XNUMX/XNUMX"

There is new information about the above mentioned vehicle which we can not withhold from you. Have fun with the new video!

Maybe there will be an update with information and pictures soon. If this is the case, we will of course also put it online and inform you about it.

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