Ken Block has invited Chris Harris for a quick spin in his “new ride” as part of the new Gymkhana 7 video promotion so if you want to see the famous automotive journalist scared, this is the place to be.
After being spotted a couple of times filming for his brand new Gymkhana 7, Ken Block is now finally getting ready to reveal his “masterpiece”, but until that will happen, in just a few hours, the racing driver has invited British automotive journalist Chris Harris for a quick spin, on the passenger seat, of the true star of the new Gymkhana.
The vehicle used in the new Gymkhana 7 has been called the Honnicorn RTR. The model in question has been based on a 1965 Ford Mustang, coming in with carbon fiber panels, with a tubular chassis, with 18-inch Fifteen52 wheels covered in Pirelli Trofeo R tries and so on. Power to the model is being provided by a 6.7 liter (410 cubic inch) Roush Yates V8 engine, which is producing no less than 845 HP (630 kW) and 975 Nm (720 lb-ft) of torque. Power is send to the one-off Sadev all-wheel drive system through a 6-speed transmission.