Ken Block may have moved away from Ford, but that doesn’t mean he stepped away from fast cars. However, he’s gone electric this time…a customized Audi RS E-Tron GT to be exact. It’s the German automaker’s fastest electric vehicle yet with 637hp and 612 lb-ft of torque.
As you may also notice, Ken Block has gone for a matte white wrap for his E-Tron GT instead of his usual dark color schemes found on Hoonicorn vehicles. Other known features include ultra sleek Rotiform wheels wrapped in Toyo tires and then a roof-mounted snowboard carrier for his outdoor adventures. Unfortunately, we do not know if this will be featured in a future Gymkhana episode.
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Electric mobility is the future. I see the electric car as a leap forward for us as a society in order to create something that can not only reduce emissions and hopefully make the planet a better place. But not only that: it’s also about performance. I love anything that makes me go faster. Electric cars can do that. And as far as sound goes, I have kids who don’t care about that. They think that the sound of electric cars is just as cool as the sound of internal combustion engines,” said Block.