After losing his previous 1991 Ford Escort Cosworth Group A rallycar to a fire while racing in the summer of 2018, Ken Block knew exactly what he had to do for 2019: build an all-new Cossie! And for his “Cossie V2,” he’s taken all of the things both he and the fans loved about the original Ford Escort Cosworth and has enhanced them in a big way. Block and digital creative Ash Thorp set out to design a modern interpretation of what a Ford Escort RS Cosworth rallycar would look like if the Escort came out today and the current Ford team that designs the World Rally Championship cars were to design it. The result? The Cossie V2. Arguably the most wild-looking Escort RS “Cossie" ever built.
Engine: Built and supplied by Julian Godfrey Engineering, based around the 2000cc Escort WRC Engine, aluminum block, Development intake manifold, IHI Turbo Charger fitted with a 34mm Restrictor.
Body: Modifications to the shell to suit the Sadev transmission employed. Fabrication, modifications and car build by MDV Specialist Engineering Ltd. Front bumper & splitter, rear bumper & diffuser, rear quarter panels, side sills, rear tailgate and spoiler, and bonnet, designed and developed by HRD/MDV.
Transmission: Sadev 6 Speed sequential transmission, Sadev SP03 Front and rear differential, Sadev driveshafts, Sadev propshafts, Sadev gearchange tower, Sadev bell housing, AP Racing Carbon Clutch.
Suspension: Reiger shock absorbers, Ford Escort WRC crossmembers and Ford Escort WRC revised suspension arm to suit the wide track geometry, revised front and rear suspension turret position.
Electronics: Cosworth ECU - MQ, Cosworth IPS - Power unit, Cosworth Drivers Display - Omega, Bespoke chassis and engine harness, Cosworth switch panel (all components as integrated on the Ford Fiesta World Rally Car).
Interior: Recaro Racer SPA Seat. Stilo intercom system.
Brakes: AP Racing Brake calipers, AP Racing Brake discs, Ferodo Brake pads.
Wheels: Rotiform VCE-M (forged 3pc - gloss white), 18x8.5, 4x108 PCD, 31 offset.
Tires: Toyo Tires Proxes, 225/40ZR18.
The award winning Hoonitruck was created for GymkhanaTEN, partially out of Block’s general love for trucks, and also as a a tribute to his late father who had the exact same base truck back in the day. While on display with Toyo Tires at the 2019 Tokyo Auto Salon, the Ford F-150 Hoonitruck won the TAS best “dressed” truck/SUV award!
Power: 914hp at 7,400 rpm / Torque: 702 ft·lb at 6,450 rpm.
Engine: Custom-tuned, 3.5 liter, twin turbocharged, Ford Performance/Roush Yates EcoBoost V6 engine with a billet-aluminum block lifted directly out of the Ford Racing Ford GT Le Mans development program. Ford Performance direct metal 3D printed, aluminum intake manifold.
Body: 1977 Ford F-150 with chassis design, engineering, hand-hammered military- grade aluminum bodywork, and fabrication by Detroit Speed, in Mooresville, NC. Overall design and styling dictated by Block and his team at Hoonigan.
Transmission: Sadev 6-speed all wheel-drive gearbox (similar to the one used in Block’s Hoonicorn).
Suspension: Custom ST/KW
Interior: Custom Hoonigan hand brake handle, Hoonigan gauges by AutoMeter, Recaro Profi SPA carbon fiber race seats, full carbon fiber dash, Ford Pass remote start, and even a functional backup camera/tow hitch setup.
Wheels: Fuel Block (forged beadlock - gloss white), 20x10.5, 5x120 PCD, -48 offset.
Tires: Toyo Tires Proxes ST III, 315/35R20.
Ken Block’s 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR V2 builds upon where the original Hoonicorn left off. Taking that car that starred in Gymkhana SEVEN, Block and his team have modified the 410 cubic inch Roush Yates Ford V8 heart of the Hoonicorn to now feature a custom twin turbo setup from Garrett that feeds the boost through a custom Switzer Dynamics intake manifold. The end result? 1,400 horsepower that's fed through the Sadev all wheel-drive system. Designed from the start to take a car that was already crazy and make it absolutely insane, Block has done so. Now the Hoonicorn V2 gets ready for its next video project.
—Version 2 (spec change for Climbkhana: Pikes Peak)
Power: 1400 hp / Torque: 1250 ft·lb
Engine: Roush Yates 410 cubic inch Ford V8 engine, Garrett Twin Turbos, Switzer Dynamics Intake Manifold, Motec M150 ECU
Wheels: Rotiform KB1 (forged 3pc - gloss white), 18x10.5, 5x120 PCD, 26 offset.
Tires: Toyo Tires Proxes R888R, 295/35/18.
Ken Block’s 1978 Ford Escort Mk2 RS was originally intended to be a light build in tarmac-rally spec. Block raced it at Rally New York in 2010 but then shelved it for a bit and later decided to bring it back completely reworked as the first-ever Gymkhana-spec, Mk2 Escort.
Power: 333hp / Torque: 246 ft·lb at 7,305 rpm.
Body: 1978 Ford Escort Mk2 RS coupe engineered and built by Quick Motorsport UK. Extensively lightened and reinforced. Full T45 roll cage and suspension triangulation. Fabricated to accept WRC Style Independent Rear Suspension. Carbon fiber hood and trunk lid panels. Custom body styling by Kei Miura/Rocket Bunny. Lightweight heated windshield. Polycarbonate windows. Underbody protection.
Engine: Millington Diamond. 2,500cc, 4 cylinder, 16 valve. Max 9,000 RPM. Cosworth Pectel SQ6 engine management. Stainless steel exhaust manifold and System.
Transmission: RWD. Tractive 6 speed sequential gearbox. AP Racing twin plate high torque clutch assembly. Ford Motorsport 9" WRC rear diff assembly. Geartronics flat shift system.
Suspension: Reiger 3-way adjustable McPherson struts front & rear. Adjustable anti-roll bars. Lightweight alloy hubs and uprights front and rear.
Brakes: AP Racing 315x28 discs front and rear. AP 4-piston calipers. AP Racing floor mounted adjustable pedal box and cylinders. WRC style upright handbrake assembly.
Interior: Cosworth Pectel intelligent color display. PI Membrane switch panel. PI intelligent power system. DB1 flash card data logger. Adjustable electronic power steering column assembly. Lifeline Zero 2000 electronic fire extinguisher system. Recaro carbon fiber seats. Sabelt safety harnesses. Lightweight aircraft wiring harness. Alloy fabricated anti-surge fuel and oil tanks.
Wheels: Rotiform GTB (forged monoblock - gloss white), 17x9, 4x108 PCD, 13 offset.
Tires: Toyo Tires Proxes R888R, 245/40ZR17.
Originally built to compete in the Group B era of the World Rally Championship, Block's Ford RS200 is one of 200 units that were required to be built to meet homologation rules. Block's car features an Evolution variant of the 4-cylinder turbo motor, custom tuned to make 700+ horsepower. It also features a custom, gloss black paint job with matte black vinyl laid on top, upgraded interior, custom KW coilover suspension, fifteen52 wheels and Toyo Tires.
Power: 700+ horsepower on pump gas (800+ on race gas).
Body: 1986 Ford RS200 Group B rally car (1 of 200 units built for the World Rally Championship's legendary Group B homologation).
Engine: 2.1L, turbocharged 4-cylinder (1 of only 24 Evolution motor packages built).
Suspension: KW Suspension custom coilovers.
Interior: Custom updated sueded interior.
Exterior: Custom gloss black paint with matte black vinyl wrap.
Wheels: Rotiform KB1 (forged mono2 - gloss white), 18x9.5, 4x108 PCD, 54 offset.
Tires: Toyo Tires Proxes R888R, 275/35ZR18.
Ken Block teamed up with SVC Offroad once again to create this very jumpable Ford F-150 Raptor based on a 2017 model truck that SVC used for parts development. Loaded with upgrades and finished with a reflective Hoonigan livery, this bad-ass truck is a properly sorted, and more desert fun-oriented Ford Raptor build ready for the desert playgrounds of southern Utah.
Power: 550 hp at 5,000 rpm / Torque: 600 ft·lb at 3,500 rpm.
Engine: Ford Performance 3.5L Ecoboost Twin Turbo V6, SVC Offroad Intercooler, SPD Turbo adapters, SVC Offroad Tune, SVC Offroad Intake, Stainless Works full exhaust.
Body: 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor in Avalanche Gray with reflective-black Hoonigan Scatter Pattern vinyl graphics, SVC Offroad Gen2 Mojave Front Bumper with skid plate, SVC Offroad Gen2 Baja Rear Bumper, SVC Offroad Gen2 Bypass Rack with built-in storage for two full size spare tires, ADV Fiberglass +2 front fenders.
Lighting: Rigid Industries ADAPT LED series light bars, 30” wide built into the front bumper, 50” up top.
Transmission: Ford Performance 10 Speed Automatic.
Suspension: Front: SVC Offroad Bolt on Mid Travel Kit with Fox 2.5 coilover shocks and Fox 3.5 Bypass shocks. Rear: SVC Offroad Traction Bars with Deaver Suspension +3 leaf springs and Fox 4.0 5-tube bypass shocks.
Wheels: Fuel Block (forged beadlock - matte black w/ gloss black ring ), 17x9, 6x135 PCD, 0 offset.
Tires: Toyo Tires Open Country M/T, 37x13.50R17.
The RX43 (rallycross #43) was initially developed by M-Sport as Ken Block’s rallycross car for the 2013 Global Rallycross Championship and X Games rallycross events. It was also Block’s Gymkhana SIX and Gymkhana EIGHT picture car. RX43 is optimized for massive torque, off-the-line launching ability and is highly competitive in rallycross competitions. For FIA World Rallycross in 2014, and because RX43 was tied up with national events, M-Sport assembled an identical car that was called RX43B. Setup (suspension, differentials, engine maps, etc) is tuned to each individual event.
Power: 600 hp / Torque: 650 NM ft·lb. Capable of 0-60 mph/under 2 seconds.
Body: 2015 Ford Fiesta ST RX43, seam welded and reinforced. M-Sport designed, homologated FIA-spec roll cage. Custom body design by M-Sport, UK. Bespoke underbody protection.
Engine: Pipo designed 2000cc 4 cylinder, Garrett Turbocharged.
Transmission: Sadev 6-Speed Sequential along with Sadev rear diff and centre diff release unit.
Interior: Recaro seats, Cosworth, engine management and data logging.
Wheels: Rotiform VCE-M (forged monoblock - gloss white), 18x9, 5x135 PCD, 54 offset.
Tires: Toyo Tires Proxes R1R, 245/40R18.
Ken Block's newest daily driver is his 2016 Ford Focus RS. Equipped with fifteen52 Turbomacs and Toyo R1R tires, it's the ideal around-town ride for Block when he's home in Park City, Utah, and is in the mood to drive something a bit more nimble than his Ford F-150 Raptor.
Power: 350hp / Torque: 350 ft·lb.
Body: 2016 Ford Focus RS 5-door.
Engine: OEM 2.3L turbocharged 4-cylinder EcoBoost.
Transmission: OEM 6 Speed Manual.
Suspension: ST Suspension Coilovers.
Brakes: OEM Brembo.
Interior: OEM Recaro Seats, SYNC Navigation.
Wheels: Rotiform KB1 (forged mono2 - gloss white), 19x18.5, 5x108 PCD, 42 offset.
Tires: Toyo Tires Proxes R1R, 235x35R19.
Fully frame-off restored by NSB Performance in Edgewater, Florida, Block’s wife’s Bronco (aka: #wifeybronco) isn’t your normal 1974 model. Built to be the ultimate summer, around-town, and on-trail Park City truck, it features a slew of upgrades including a Ford Performance supplied 5.0l Coyote crate V8 and transmission, many replacement panels supplied by National Parts Depot, and fifteen52 wheels with Toyo Tires.
Power: 435hp at 6500rpm / Torque: 400ft·lb at 4250rpm.
Body: 1974 Ford Bronco.
Engine: 5.0L Coyote V8.
Transmission: 6R80 6 Speed Automatic.
Suspension: Beltech Custom Shocks, Wildhorses 3.5 Inch Lift, Currie Axles.
Brakes: Wilwood 6 piston front calipers, 4 piston rear calipers.
Interior: Recaro Speed Waterproof Seats, Autometer "Hoonigan" Gauges.
Wheels: American Racing Baja (cast monoblock - satin black), 17x9, 5x5.5 PCD, 0 offset.
Tires: Toyo Tires Open Country M/T, 35x12.50R17.
From day trips snowboarding or mountain biking with family and friends to hauling his wakeboarding boat or just rolling around town, Ken Block’s Ford Raptor F-150 is the perfect vehicle for his active lifestyle.
Power: 450hp / Torque: 510 ft·lb.
Body: 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor SuperCrew®. Matte black vinyl wrap.
Engine: 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® High Output with Auto Start/Stop.
Transmission: SelectShift® automatic transmission with Progressive Range Select, 10-speed with Tow/Haul Mode
Suspension: Long-travel suspension with unique front upper and lower control arms and tie rods.
Brakes: Four-Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes.
Interior: OEM seats. Ford Sync.
Wheels: Fuel Block (forged beadlock - matte black w/gloss black ring), 17x9, 6x135 PCD, 0 offset.
Tires: Toyo Tires Open Country R/T (on-/off-road Rugged Terrain tire).
Ken Block's 1991 Ford Escort RS Cosworth is a properly sorted—and clean—example of a 90s era Ford World Rally Championship racecar. The car features an upgraded 1997 WRC engine (turbocharged 2.0-liter, lightweight alloy block vs. the original steel block, head and block have been modified to run higher horsepower) mated to a 7-speed sequential gearbox, features a side-exit exhaust (for tarmac setups) and comes with options for both gravel and tarmac suspension setups.
Power: 340 bhp.
Engine: 2000cc Alloy Block 4 Cylinder Turbo Charged.
Transmission: FFD 7 speed sequential.
Suspension: Reiger with Macpherson Group A uprights.
Brakes: AP Racing callipers and disc.
Interior: Full multi-point roll cage, Recaro seats, Works specification wiring & Group A dashboard, front & center diff controllers.
—Gymkhana / Demo Trim
Power: 620 bhp.
The Focus RS build is a global collaboration between Ford Performance, Block’s Hoonigan Racing Division and U.K.-based M-Sport. Featuring all-wheel drive, a new EcoBoost® engine producing 600 horsepower, and a 0-60 mph launch time of less than two seconds, the Ford Focus RS RX is optimized for rallycross competition.
Power: 600 hp / Torque: 650 NM ft·lb. Capable of 0-60 mph/under 2 seconds.
Body: 2016 Ford Focus RS, seam welded and reinforced. M-Sport designed, homologated FIA-spec roll cage. Custom body design by Ford Performance and M-Sport, UK. Bespoke underbody protection.
Engine: M-Sport / Ford Performance designed 2000cc 4 cylinder, Garrett Turbo charged.
Transmission: Sadev 6-Speed Sequential along with Sadev rear diff and centre diff release unit.
Interior: Recaro seats, Cosworth, engine management and data logging, M-Sport multi function bespoke steering wheel.
Wheels: OZ 8"x17".
Tires: FIA homologated; rallycross.
The HFHV (Hybrid Function Hoon Vehicle) is based upon the Ford Fiesta WRC rally car built by M-Sport, but was further developed by Monster World Rally Team (HRD’s previous moniker) to posses the unique ability and flexibility to be transformable and highly competitive at three disciplines of racing including stage-rally, rallycross and Gymkhana. Setup (suspension, differentials, engine maps, etc) is tuned to each individual rally event.
Power: Power: 350 hp / Torque: 515+ ft·lb. Capable of 0-60 mph/2.3 secs.
Body: 2014 Ford Fiesta, seam welded and reinforced. M-Sport designed, homologated FIA-spec roll cage. Custom body design by M-Sport. Bespoke underbody protection.
Engine: Pipo Moteurs developed Ford Ecoboost 2L engine. Garrett Turbocharger with 33mm restrictor. Cosworth Electronics engine management. Bespoke M-Sport intercooler.
Transmission: Sadev 6-Speed sequential gearbox with adjustable, mechanical front and rear differentials. Twin-plate AP carbon clutch.
Suspension: MacPherson-type suspension, with 3-way adjustable Reiger dampers.
Brakes: Brembo 4-pot calipers with 300mm rotors. Sadev Hydraulic handbrake system.
Interior: Recaro Pro-Racer Ultima, FIA-8862 spec race seats. Driver/Co-driver intercom. Integrated co-driver display unit, feat. Tripmeter. 2 spare wheels. Toolkit for emergency repairs.
Wheels: Fifteen52 Forged Monoblock Tarmac, 18".
Tires: Pirelli Trofeo
Originally developed by OMSE for its debut in Ken Block’s Gymkhana THREE video, “GYM3” is best recognized in its black and white, drip-themed livery design. It has been wrapped in two additional versions of Ken Block’s annual livery designs, however, in 2015, prior to going on tour with Monster Energy’s Dub Tour, it was returned to its original, iconic, livery design.
Power: 600 hp / Torque: 660 ft·lb at 4000 rpm. Capable of 0-60 mph/2 secs.
Body: 2011 Ford Fiesta ST seam welded and reinforced. OlsbergsMSE roll cage. Custom body design and underbody protection.
Engine: Olsbergs 2000cc Duratec
Transmission: MakTrak 6 speed sequential gearbox with electronic shift.
Suspension: Ohlins shock absorbers
Brakes: AP Racing 4 - Pot calipers front and rear, 340mm front discs and 323mm rear discs.
Interior: Recaro race seats.
Wheels: 9.5" x 18".Tires: Pirelli Trofeo 265/40/18.
—Version 1 (featured in Gymkhana SEVEN)
Power: 845 hp / Torque: 720 ft·lb at 6500 rpm.
Body: 1965 Ford Mustang notchback, seam welded and reinforced. Custom, ASD Motorsports-designed tubular chassis, roll cage, door bars and underbody protection. Body styling by RTR, Ken Block and Hoonigan. RTR carbon fiber body panels.
Engine: Roush Yates 410 cubic inch Ford V8 engine with ITBs.
Transmission: 6-speed Sadev SC90-24. All wheel drive.
Suspension: ASD Motorsports, custom front and rear suspension mounts.
Brakes: Hydraulic handbrake system.
Interior: Recaro racing seats.
Wheels: Fifteen52 Forged 3pc Tarmac R43, 18” x 10.5”.
Tires: Pirelli Trofeo R tires, 295/30/18 w/ custom Ken Block compound.
Ken Block’s ultimate backcountry snowboard expedition vehicle debuted as the world’s fastest snowcat in a video for Monster Energy which took place at Baldface in Nelson, BC in Canada. RaptorTRAX is capable of climbing and descending deep, snowy mountain terrain with style and absolute authority.
Body: 2013 Ford F-150 Raptor. SVC full roll cage. Glassworks Unlimited wide front fenders. SVC front bumper with skidplate. Raptor Retrofit Headlights with custom, integrated Ken Block skull logo.
Engine: 6.2L Whipple Supercharged Ford V8.
Transmission: Ford Raptor 6 Speed automatic transmission. Upgraded 4.10 Ratio Gear Set.
Suspension: King Pre-runner dampers. SVC Built upper and lower control arms. King Custom-valved bump stops, specifically setup for RaptorTRAX. SVC Long bars modified to support TRAX system. Mattracks M1A1 track system.
Interior: Two Recaro Sportster leather and suede seats. Suede headliner and roll cage covering. 5 point seat belts.
Extras: Warn winch. 5 roof-mounted Rigid Industries R-46 lights. Rigid Industries side and rear spot lights and 30 inch bumper-mounted light bar. Rackworks roof basket. Two Recaro bed-mounted waterproof seats. Detachable hitch-mounted BBQ. Yakima snowboard racks.
The Ford Fiesta R2 was M-Sport’s first global rally car and is one of the most reliable and competitive R2s on the market since it's debut in 2010. This one now belongs to Ken's wife, Lucy Block. She also enjoys racing stage rally so in 2017, Block picked this one up as one of her wedding anniversary gifts!
Power: 180 PS @ 6,500 rpm TORQUE: 250 Nm @ 3,500 rpm
Body: 2014 Ford Fiesta.
Engine: 1.0 Fox Ecoboost 998cc VCT; 3 cylinders in line; DOHC; 12 valves; alloy cylinder head; variable cam timing. Life Racing control unit with digital dash display and power management systems.
Transmission: Five speed sequential gearbox developed by Sadev with plated limited slip differential and uprated driveshafts.
Suspension: Reiger adjustable dampers with Eibach springs, spherical jointed top mounts front and rear. Front dampers adjustable for high / low speed bump and rebound. Modified rear beam with uprated mounts. 2-bolt clamped front upright.
Brakes: Gravel: Front: 285 mm ventilated discs with four piston Alcon competition calipers. Asphalt: Front: 310 mm ventilated discs with four piston Alcon competition calipers. Rear: 280 mm Alcon ventilated discs with single piston calipers. Hydraulic handbrake.
Wheels: Gravel: OZ 6x15 with 175/70R15 DMACK tyres. Asphalt: OZ 6.5x16 with 195/50R15 DMACK tyres.
Tires: Toyo Tires OPEN COUNTRY R/T (on-/off-road Rugged Terrain tire).