The seventh Gymkhana video has been recently released by Ken Block and this will be giving petrol heads a lot of conversation pieces over the next few weeks.
After managing to quickly just a day ago, Ken Block is finally ready to present us with the Gymkhana 7. The full clip, which has been posted below, right after the jump, is showing us the classic modified muscle car tearing through Los Angeles in the same drifting manner that Ken Block has gotten us used to. No need to talk about how long the filming for the Gymkhana 7 took because the final product is, once again, impressive.
The vehicle used in the video has been called the Honnicorn RTR and this has been officially presented to the public not too long ago, during the 2014 SEMA Motor Show. This has been based on a 1965 Ford Mustang and it has received a tubular chassis, carbon fiber panel panels, 18-inch Fifteen52 wheels wrapped in Pirelli Trofeo R tires and several other tweaks. Power is coming from a Roush Yates V8 6.7 liter (410 cubic inch) engine, which is producing a whopping 845 HP (630 kW) and 975 Nm (720 lb-ft) of torque, connected to a 6-speed transmission, feeding the Sadev one-off all-wheel drive system.