Vet-owned Black Rifle Coffee Company celebrates Veteran’s Day with a stunt driving film starring sports icon Travis Pastrana and elite rally car and off-road racer “Texas” Dave Carapetyan. “The Final Send” shows ‘em shredding the streets of a small Texas town, Dukes of Hazzard-style in customized Hoonigan vehicles.
Ken Block takes to the streets of Las Vegas in his insane Audi S1 Hoonitron, an 800-volt, all-wheel-drive, pure-electric beast that can shred tires with the best of them. The crazy whirring sounds its motors make as it leaves its mark all over the Vegas Strip are like someone super-sized an R/C car.
The busy Hoonigan Racing Team is revving up to debut the world’s first all-electric Gymkhana car. Built from scratch by Audi Sport in a speedy six months, the 28,000 RPM, 800-volt one-of-a-kind Hoonitron is also the first e-car for rally driver Ken Block, who’s got sticker shock from the $10-12 million price tag.
Pro rally driver Ken Block is road-testing his insane Hoonipigasus. The 1,400 hp AWD Porsche SVRSR racecar is a widebody pink monster built for the 100th Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado on June 26. The brutal 12.42-mile course has 156 turns and an elevation gain of 4,725 feet, with the finish line at 14,115 feet.
To give their old workshop a proper send-off, Hoonigan sent off-road champ RJ Anderson into the streets and sand of Long Beach, California in their modded Polaris RZR Pro R and let him run wild. Along the way, he showed off the UTV’s ample suspension by jumping over a highway and two-wheeling it through a garage.
The Warthog from Halo is one of the most iconic vehicles in the history of video games. There have been many replicas built over the years, but none as badass as Hoonigan’s, an off-road race truck with a 1000 hp twin-turbo V8 engine and 4-wheel steering. Here’s the first of 10 episodes showing how they built it.