Ken Block is a man who never fails to get us excited. And he’s done it again in this video from Autocar.
Originating as a 1965, six-cylinder, Mustang, the decision was to go for a 410ci Roush-Yates Ford small-block engine, topped with previous-generation NASCAR D3 cylinder heads, and pushing out a tasty 845bhp.
“This is the best car I’ve ever driven; it’s based off what I use for stage rally and rally cross, so it’s got a centre differential, front differential and rear differential. But, the drive train goes around the engine,” Ken says.
Weight distribution is practically balanced – a little more in the front but not by much, with a 50/50 power split. Check out our very own Danielle Bagnall’s top 10 drift cars, here.