This is a car, loosely based on a 1960s Mustang, with two turbochargers poking through the hood. Come on.

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Ken Block's original Hoonicorn had 845 horsepower, but that wasn't enough for the video he's currently working on.

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Thus, his engineers went to work jacking the power output up to an insane 1,400 horsepower.

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Thankfully, that power is routed through four wheels, not just two.

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Block calls it the "most frightening" vehicle he's ever driven.

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You'd be terrified, too, if your car constantly spun its wheels and shot flames out its hood-mounted exhaust pipes.

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Hot damn, this thing is badass.

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Block hasn't said what this car will star in, but no matter where it ends up, it's not like you won't hear or see it coming from a mile away.

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