Ken Block’s Ford Mustang Hoonicorn From 1965

The iconic Ford Mustang started off on its path to greatness in 1964, and it was designed by Joe Oros, Philip T. Clark and John Najjar Ferzely. It is widely regarded as one of the most amazing muscle cars in the world and a true classic masterpiece, which is probably why Ken Block chose it as the centerpiece of the Gymkhana 7 event. The 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn is anything but a refined ride. It is a monster on four wheels that was designed over the course of two years by Ken Block and ASD Motorsports – a Charlotte, North Carolina-based company.

The car is powered by a 6.7-liter V8 engine that develops 845 horsepower, so it is quite safe to say that this is a pretty spectacular ride. All that power is kept in check by a six-speed gearbox that is connected to all four wheels for maximum stability and improved control. The Hoonicorn features a menacing-looking body kit as well as a black paint job and a set of bronze-colored wheels. The vehicle was unveiled during the Las Vegas SEMA show, which started off on November 4 and will end on November 7.

The Gymkhana 7 film is shot and ready to be released, which means that we’ll soon get to see this incredible car in action.





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