Watch Ken Block's 1400-HP Mustang Blast Up Pike's Peak in "Climbkhana"

In "Climbkhana," drift master Ken Block dominates America's most dangerous hillclimb in his all-wheel-drive Mustang on the brink of disaster.

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It's finally here. Almost a year after being announced, Climbkhana, Ken Block's latest, craziest video is finally ready for our consumption. In it, Block takes his 1400-hp, twin-turbo, all-wheel drive Mustang—the same one featured in Gymkhana 7—up America's most famous and dangerous mountain road.

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This video was a scary one for Block to make. First, he revealed that the Mustang was "pretty terrifying" when he first drove it on a closed course. Then we saw footage of him nearly losing it high up on the mountain. The results were clearly worth it, though—this is one of the best, most exciting, and terrifying drift videos we've ever seen.

Block's Mustang is particularly interesting, too. Dubbed Hoonicorn 2, it was given twin turbos and a methanol injection system to better cope with the thin, high-altitude air. It's hardly a Mustang at all, really—just a tube framed monster with some Mustang bodywork stuck to it. But we love it, and clearly, so does Block.

Watch for yourself as Block dominates America's gnarliest hillclimb.

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