Take a look at the Hoonitruck – the tire destroyer Ken Block will drive within the Gymkhana 10. This can be a Ford F-truck 150 from the 1970s, with its award-winning Ford GT 900 horsepower engine at Le Mans.
You’ll quickly see Ken Block in a Gymkhana video, destroying the rubber, creating extra smoke than a manufacturing facility chimney, and possibly heading within the route of the cameraman, sideways. We had a primary glimpse of the pair of wheels he’ll drive on this video – the Hoonitruck.
Primarily based on a 1970s Ford F-150 pickup truck, the Hoonitruck has sufficient ammo below the hood to disgrace many supercars. A 914hp EcoBoost V6 engine, borrowed from a profitable Le Mans Ford GT race automotive, is comfortably seated within the engine compartment.
A six-speed Sadev gearbox powers all 4 wheels. Mr. Block can stroll his streets and environment, no matter his panorama and cityscapes, as he pleases. The hand-crafted aluminum physique panels and this rear fender will give it a pleasant look whereas it kills the tires of Gymkhana 10 with out mercy.
Watch the video beneath to seek out out what loopy Hoonigan males should say about Ken Block's Hoonitruck.
Whereas many people stay loyal to the Hoonicorn, the Hoonitruck, primarily based on the 1977 Ford F-150, cares deeply for Ken Block's coronary heart. Apparently, he discovered to drive along with his father's 77 Ford F-150. There’s due to this fact an emotional attachment within the equation.
The Hoonitruck will debut on the upcoming SEMA present in Las Vegas, that includes these big turbos popping out of the hood. You'll discover him kissing the ground along with his backside, due to the slammed place.
This car will undoubtedly be a problem for Ken Block as a result of it’s a lot bigger than something he drove in a Gymkhana video. We all know what you assume. When will we see this monster in motion? On December 7, the subsequent Gymkhana 10 will arrive on Amazon Prime.