Last year around this time, Ford of Europe warmed our car-loving souls with the release of Snowkhana One. The pseudo-Block video placed a miniature Fiesta rally car, complete with Ken's livery, in a Gymkhana-style scene made up of toys. As you might have inferred, the very fact that it was named Snowkhana One and not simply Snowkhana implied that there'd be more, and one year later, that's exactly what the Blue Oval has bestowed upon us.

This time, the 1:64-scale Fiesta joins a ninja turtle, a toy dinosaur, some stuffed animals, an assortment of other matchbox-size cars, a Playmobil santa and a bowl of laughing brussels sprouts under the Christmas tree in a crude approximation of a Toy Story adventure that's just what this holiday season was missing. Check it out in the video clip below.


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      Suavecito
      • 1 Year Ago
      Please, AB - NO MORE Gymkhana/Ken Block articles. It's becoming PAINFUL.
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        @Suavecito
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          milehisnk
          • 1 Year Ago
          Ever since Gymkhana 2, everything. The first two were great because they were raw, only about the driving and what he could do with a very highly modified street car. Now it's about hollywood cinamatography and tricks with a pure purpose built car. Think about it. The Subaru in Gymkhana 1 was over 3200lbs, had street tires, and about 450hp. The new Fiesta, the way he sets it up for the videos, is under 2500lbs and has over 600hp, yet the videos are less entertaining. The guy is a walking ego, to boot.
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      InspectorFowler
      • 1 Year Ago
      I know that people think Ken Block is a huge egotistical maniac, and I understand why they do. Having met him a couple times, along with his family, at rallies (not for long periods, just in passing), they seem like normal people. Block HAS to do the stuff he does to keep racing. Unlike the racers in 99% of the rest of "pro" racing, he didn't have a $10,000 kart handed to him by mommy and daddy. The guy helped build a very successful business and is using what he earned there to secure a spot in a top dollar racing team. Watch him in Easier Said Than Done and I think most people would be surprised about how realistic and humble he is about his future in racing and his success so far. I hate the whole flat-brim hat, XXXXXTREEEEEME thing that DC shoes and Monster seem to revel in. I loathe it. But a lot of people don't, and the money they spent on his stuff is letting Block drive super fast cars pretty much wherever he wants. If somebody offered that to me, and said that the price would be a near endless stream of photo-ops, silly videos, etc, I'd say, "A thousand times, yes."
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      groingo
      • 1 Year Ago
      Very cool and creative stuff!