Ken Block Unveils 845-HP AWD ’65 Mustang

Ken Block Unveils 845-HP AWD ’65 Mustang

Ladies and gentlemen, meet the star of the upcoming Gymkhana 7 video.

At the 2014 SEMA Show, Ken Block unveiled his custom 1965 Ford Mustang packing an all-wheel drive powertrain with 845 hp. As if using a classic Mustang wasn’t enough, under the hood is a Roush Yates 6.7-liter V8 with 720 lb-ft of torque brought to all four wheels through a six-speed transmission. According to Block at the vehicle’s unveiling, it’s been under construction for the past two years with ASD Motorsports and RTR.

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In order for it to survive the chaos that will likely ensue in Gymkhana 7, the ’65 Mustang features a full tube chassis, ASD Motorsports-designed suspension, roll cage, door bars, three-piece 18i wheels and custom Pirelli Trofeo R tires with a “custom Ken Block compound.”

GALLERY: Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang


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  • Flyercan

    Ford should have implemented AWD on the Stang years ago!

  • MJ

    It wouldn’t help with the fuel efficiency but yeah…that would be cool! i think a lot of people get AWD for winter performance and maybe Ford thinks people in those climates store their Mustang in the winter.