Last Call: The Hoonicorn is a genuine piece of art

Back in 2014 when Gymkhana 7 was released, I remember being so pumped by this build and the video. The style and raw power on a 4WD Mustang platform was nuts and give it 845 ponies, yeah, I was hooked. Seeing this video of the beast rip around brought back a lot of memories. I’ll never get tired of hearing the NA V8 smack the rev limiter as Ken gracefully whips it around corners. The twin-turbo set up he converted it to later is also sick, but I prefer the more pure, monster sound personally. If you haven’t seen Gymkhana 7 then I genuinely feel bad for you because it’s one of the most badass videos I’ve seen in my life.

If you haven’t watched the documentary on how Gymkhana 10 was made on Amazon Prime you should check it out. It’s cool to watch the finished product after seeing how many obstacles they had to overcome.

Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything. Thread jacking is not only accepted, but it’s also encouraged.

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7 responses to “Last Call: The Hoonicorn is a genuine piece of art”

  1. longrooffan Avatar

    Complete with inop driver’s side brake light. (as seen at :28)

  2. longrooffan Avatar

    Complete with inop driver’s side brake light. (as seen at :28)

  3. crank_case Avatar

    It looks look what might have happened if Harry Feruguson did cocaine.

  4. Zentropy Avatar

    The twin turbos look cool sticking out of the hood, but I too prefer the NA version. Such a beast of a car.

  5. Sjalabais Avatar

    This isn’t the first time I say it, but I think it is fantastic that EVs offer a window for new and different Chinese vehicles to enter our markets. Old brand labels notwithstanding.
    They focus on 5 EuroNCAP stars, good features and charging info, water-cooled batteries and an amazing price.

  6. outback_ute Avatar

    Looks like the intake scoop was heavily influenced by the Mad Max Interceptor

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