For this new venture, Block decided that he would need a new car. So, because he is basically a walking cash machine, they built one, and boy is it something. Named for the Hoonigan lifestyle, which encompasses stunt driving and going really fast, it's called the Hoonicorn:
Take a 1965 Ford Mustang, Add a Roush Yates 410 cubic inch Ford V8. Add a six-speed transmission. Add all-wheel drive. Add paint and bodywork that make it downright terrifying to look at. Voila, you get The Hoonicorn.
It took two years to build The Hoonicorn at ASD Motorsports in Charlotte, North Carolina. The design is inspired by everything from classic American muscle to DTM racers to WRC rally cars to the toy cars Block had as a kid. Built with the aid of RTR, it puts ferocious power to the ground via a one-off Sadev all-wheel drive system, which should easily make it the baddest Gymkhana car we've seen yet.
To see what we are all in for, check out Gymkhana 6:
Now imagine that in a terrifyingly awesome demon Mustang, and you can understand the hype.