Ken Block's Hoonicorn is the wildest 1965 Ford Mustang ever

Ken Block is going old-school for his next Gymkhana video, but with a twist.

The rally/stunt driver has commissioned an insane 1965 Ford Mustang that’s unlike any before it. No wonder it’s called the Hoonicorn.

Built by ASD Motorsports, it has a carbon fiber body, tube frame chassis and a Roush Yates sprint car 410 cubic-inch V8 engine with 845 hp.

As if that weren’t exciting enough, it’s been fitted with a six-speed all-wheel-drive system from rally specialist Sadev and a hydraulic handbrake to help Ken melt the treads off of the custom compound Pirelli Trofeo R tires.

It’s a far cry from the compact rally cars he’s usually sliding around in, and ties in perfectly with the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang this year. He is a factory driver, after all.

Gymkhana 7 has already been shot, but no word yet on when it drops.