Video: 1,400-HP Mustang Hoonicorn goes up against a Senna
The famous racing driver and tuning aficionado Ken Block is back with another insane build, a 55-year-old Ford Mustang capable of showing the McLaren Senna the taillights. What’s so special about it?
The cornerstone of the project comes in the form of a Roush Yates custom engine fitted with two enormous turbochargers and a methanol injection system. A sequential transmission hits the wheels with up to 1,400 hp (1,044 kW), and Toyo R888R tires ensure that the torque becomes momentum.
The acceleration times of the Hoonicorn Mustang aren’t available, but we know that the McLaren hypercar needs 2.8 seconds to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) and 6.8 s to get to 200 km/h (124 mph). Do you think it stands a chance against the overpowered American? Watch the video and find out!
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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