As you know these days Ken Block competes in different forms of motorsport including Rallycross, WRC, and of course Gymkhana. So he’s invented a machine that can do all those things at once. It saves him the hassle of changing cars all the time! It’s called the H.F.H.V which sounds like a virus of some kind, but actually stands for Hybrid Function Hoon Vehicle, and that kinda explains it all. The multi-purpose rally car – based on Ford Fiesta RS WRC – was revealed this past weekend at the Gymkhana World Tour in Los Angeles.
Check out the video after the jump to learn more about the H.F.H.V.
“The H.F.H.V. is the best of all worlds for me,” says Block. “The current WRC Fiesta is the greatest handling car I have driven, but it lacks the sheer grunt that the 2.0L engine in the WRC Focus created. The H.F.H.V. brings those two things together, and the result is a manic beast that is just too much fun to drive.”