Ken Block and his team has built some of the craziest racing and drifting cars ever conceived, but his latest project, Hoonipigasus, may be his most amazing to date.

The insane creation was recently unveiled and will be led by the Bloc at the upcoming international ascent of Pike Peak. It was built as part of a collaboration between the Hoonigan Racing Division and Bbi Autosport and will compete in the Pikes Peak Open class.

While Hunipigas started life as a classic Porsche 911, it has very little to do with the former self. Virtually every body panel is new for dramatically increasing the car’s track and radically improving its aerodynamics. Among the most obvious elements are the massive front splitter and huge rear wing.

Read more: Hoonipigasus is a Ken Block racing car with 1400 hp. based on the Porsche 911 for Pike Peak

A recently released video by Ken Block gives us a great idea of ​​what needed to be done to revive this crazy 911. One of the unique aspects of the car is the fact that it now has a medium engine and all-wheel drive. Apparently, this is the first all-wheel drive Porsche 911 with a medium engine.

The engine is based on the transmission of the 2016 911 GT3 R race car, which features new pistons, connecting rods, and a pair of the largest turbochargers ever produced by Garrett’s motorsport division. The 4.0-liter engine will run on methanol, is expected to have 9,600 rpm and will pump 1,400 horsepower at sea level. At the top of Pike Peak, the team says it will give 800 hp.

This video also features an interview with Trouble Andrew, an artist also known as Guccighost who created a wild livery for Block 911, inspired by the iconic racer at Le Mans 1971 917/20 Porsche, known as the “Pink Pig”.

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