Watch Ken Block Drift Ford's 1,400 HP Mustang MACH-E Prototype

Hear its seven motors whine as Block hoons around the track.

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Legendary rally driver Ken Block has gotten his hands behind the wheel of the 1,400 HP Ford Mustang MACH-E prototype.

The prototype electric drift car was built by Ford Performance and RTR Vehicles, the latter having produced many cars alongside Block, such as his Mustang Hoonicorn.

Block can be seen drifting the MACH-E in his typically chaotic yet controlled style above. The car features seven motors and is set up to be the perfect Hoonicorn machine, as it can switch from all-wheel-drive to rear-wheel-drive or front-wheel-drive, and can also make its half shafts rotate in the other direction for perfect donuts.

Watch Ken Block behind the wheel of the 1,400 HP, 1,500 lb-ft of torque Ford Mustang MACH-E prototype above.

In other news, a 1964 Ford GT40 prototype GT/105 is currently up for sale.

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