A full 19 minutes of Hoontastic awesomeness

After months of teasing, it’s finally here - the tenth installment of Ken Block’s iconic Gymkhana series. This time around, the Hoonigan crew went above and beyond, cutting together a variety of cars and locations to create one seamless automotive extravaganza. This one is pretty epic, folks.

Ken Block Once Again One-Ups Himself

We’ve seen some pretty insane stunts from the Hoonmaster General over the years, but this time around, Block really has outdone himself.

So what makes Gymkhana 10 stand out from all the rest? Simple - it’s the sheer scope of the production.

Let’s look at a few numbers - five different cars in five different locations. Each car is unique, offering its own spin on the art of tire slaying, and with each vehicle doing its thing in its own locale, the overall effect is impressive, to say the least.

Now let’s dig into the specifics, starting with the cars.

Gymkhana 10 - 5 Cars, 5 Cities, Lots of Rubber
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First up, we’ve got the Hoonicorn V2. We first saw the Hoonicorn in Gymkhana 7 where it laid it down across Los Angeles. Now, this carbon fiber 1965 Mustang is back it’s even more powerful, fresh off its run up Pikes Peak in Climbkhana with 1,400 horsepower and 1,250 pound-feet of torque thanks to a meth-injected twin-turbo 6.7-liter V-8.

Up next is a World Rally Championship-spec Ford Fiesta, which comes to the party rocking with a smaller, nippier size, but still, all the power needed to do the deed, with a turbocharged 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder making 380 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque.

Following the Fiesta is a bit of an old-school throwback with a ’91 Ford Escort RS Cosworth, a.k.a. The Cossie. This thing steps it up with a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder making 645 horsepower and 527 pound-feet of torque and looks pretty damn cool as well.

Then there’s a 2017 Ford Focus RS RX, which also gets a turbo 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder, but makes a bit more bang than The Cossie with 650 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque.

Gymkhana 10 - 5 Cars, 5 Cities, Lots of Rubber
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However, the piéce de résistance has to be the Hoonicorn’s successor - a fully built 1977 Ford F-150, otherwise known as the Hoonitruck. This thing is a beast, laying down 914 horsepower and 702 pound-feet of torque thanks to a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 plucked from the engine bay of a Le Mans-spec Ford GT.

Each car is AWD, and each is more than capable of turning all four sticky Toyo tires into a fine mist.

As for the locations, it kicks off with the Fiesta in the snowy reaches of Sweden, followed by the Hoonicorn V2 in Detroit, the Focus in Mexico, The Cossie in Los Angeles, and finally, the Hoonitruck in Texas.

We won’t spoil it, but each section of the video brings its own set of surprises, obstacles, stunts, and even a cameo or two.

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Personally, we think the Hoonitruck sequence is the best of the five, but we’ll let you guys hash that out in the comments. For now, hit play, crank it up, and indulge.

Further Reading

Ken Block's New AWD F-150-Based Hoonitruck Is Ford GT Crazy
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Read our full review on Ken Block’s 2019 F-150 Hoonitruck.

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Ken Block Lifts the Curtain With 20 Gymkhana Secrets: Video

2016 Ford Focus RS RX By Hoonigan Racing High Resolution Exterior
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Ken Block Turns An Industrial Park Into A Playground In Gymkhana Nine

1965 Ford Mustang Gymkhana 7 By Ken Block High Resolution Exterior
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Read our full review on the 1965 Ford Mustang Gymkhana 7 By Ken Block.

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