Famous automotive journalist Chris Harris has recently had the chance of taking a closer look at one of the stars of Gymkhana 7, the custom-built Hoonicorn.
Chris Harris has recently released a new video in which the custom-built Hoonicorn, owned by Ken Block, the co-star of the Gymkhana 7, is being detailed, but this isn’t the first time that the automotive journalist is checking out the impressive ride as just before the newest Gymkhana has been released, he has been riding in it, on the passenger seat, with Ken Block behind the wheel. If you are curious to see what Chris Harris has to say about this powerful car, you should scroll down and click the play button.
The black vehicle co-starring Gymkhana 7 has been called the Hoonicorn RTR and it has been officially presented to the public just a few weeks back, during the 2014 SEMA Motor Show, in a world premiere. The model in question is based on a 1965 Ford Mustang and it is coming with carbon fiber panels, a tubular chassis, 18-inch Fifteen52 wheels with Pirelli Trofeo R Tires and so on. The muscle car is powered by a 6.7 liter (410 cubic inch) Roush Yates V8 engine, with 845 HP (630 kW) and 975 Nm (720 lb-ft) of torque, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission and “moving” the one-off Sadev AWD system.