Ford Performance is helping with the truck build.
There will be a behind-the-scenes Amazon series, too.
1,400 horsepower meets 14,000 feet of elevation.
We discuss the various reasons we love Ken Block's twin-turbocharged, all-wheel-drive, 1,400-horsepower Hoonicorn V2 Ford Mustang.
Watch Block admit fear while spinning all four tires of his 1400-horsepower Hoonicorn.
Watch Block and LeBlanc go 'round and 'round in this beautifully smokey footage.
The Hoonicorn V2 is here and it's crazier than before.
The latest entry in the Need for Speed franchise is just says away from release, and the official trailer shows some of the exciting, driving action. Not only is the game packed with the usual assortment of high-performance cars, but Ken Block is one of real-life stars with his Mustang Hoonicorn.
The 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed has come and gone, and as usual, it didn't disappoint. We recap some of the best scenes from this year's event.
Before Ken Block got behind the wheel of the Hoonicorn in Gymkhana 7 for his automotive stunts, the custom-built machine needed a trial by fire. So without most of the body, Block got behind the wheel early to really see what the car was capable of.
Ken Block's Hoonicorn, which stars in Gymkhana Seven, might still bear a passing resemblance to a vintage 1965 Ford Mustang, but underneath the skin, the car is one of the baddest custom machines to ever do a smoky burnout on the road. The ever enthusiastic British auto journalist Chris Harris is now showing what really makes Block's new ride tick on video, and Harris even gets to go for quite a ride.