As many fans already know, Ken Block's latest and greatest "Gymkhana 7" is finally set to drop on YouTube on Monday, Nov. 17. This time, Block has got something truly crazy up his sleeves: a virtually unrecognizable 1965 Mustang with a 6.7 liter Rouch Yates V8 producing 845 hp and 720 lb.-ft. of torque to all four wheels. Ken Block calls his beast the Hoonicorn RTR. He also calls it hands down the best Gymkhana car he ever had.

According to Ken Block, the Hoonicorn was a labor of love that took two years to complete. As the moniker RTR suggests, the Hoonicorn Mustang was built by ASD Motors and Vaughn Gittin Jr.'s RTR. Earlier this month, the car was already on display at SEMA but on Monday, we will finally get to see Block unleash the 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR through the streets of Los Angeles. 

While there is still a couple more days until the "Gymkhana 7" is officially released, we have somehow managed to find two really great video footage captured during its filming. Be sure to check back and watch "Gymkhana 7" on Monday, Nov. 17.