The Hoonicorn Mustang is a modified 1965 Fort Mustang that will be driven by rally driver Ken Block in his upcoming video.
The Hoonicorn is powered by a high-performance 6.7-liter V8 engine capable of producing an absolutely jaw-dropping 845 horsepower and 745 pounds-feet of torque. Its power is hooked up to all four wheels via a Sadev SC90-24 six-speed transmission. Given that it's a monstrous drifting machine on wheels, the Hoonicorn is also fitted with a hydraulic handbrake.
The vehicle's body features liberal use of carbon fiber panels, with the entire package sitting atop 18-inch three-piece fifteen52 wheels in Pirelli Trofeo R tires.
The Hoonicorn Mustang video was on display at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, and is set to be featured in Ken Block's seventh 'Gymkhana' video.
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