Ken Block Tours London with Matt LeBlanc in 1400hp Hoonicorn Mustang

Ladies and gentlemen, allow us to present you with an extended cut of a very special film: Matt LeBlanc on a tour of London with Ken Block and his Hoonicorn Mustang. Turn it up very, very loud, sit back, and enjoy…

Ken Block’s Hoonicorn Mustang is back with two turbos and 1,400 horsepower. Since 845 horsepower apparently wasn’t enough, Block has reworked the car into what he’s calling Hoonicorn V2, and it’s packing 1,400 horsepower. As if the drift machine really need more power.

The Mustang re-imagined was made for a new video concept that requires a vehicle that has more power than the old Hoonicorn. Block claims that this is the scariest car he’s ever driven, and we’re inclined to believe the man behind the Gymkhana series.

In addition to the Hoonicorn V2’s insane amount of power, the Mustang has been given a new set of duds to match the upcoming video project that is reminiscent of the one found on Block’s 1978 MkII Ford Escort RS.

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