Audi and Hoonigan have released Ken Block’s latest video, his second Electrikhana. The businessman turned pilot had filmed it a few weeks before his death.
Among his life’s accomplishments, Ken Block was known for his spectacular Gymkhanas. These videos of a few minutes consisted of a journey filmed with a powerful car. The stunts that the American performed often appeared from several impressive angles.
At the end of 2021, Ken Block presented a new car for his Gymkhana. It was an Audi S1 e-tron quattro, which he called Hoonitron. This electric prototype was at the center of a Gymkhana in Las Vegas called Electrikhana.
In November 2022, Block and his teams filmed a second Electrikhana in Mexico. A little over a month later, he died in a snowmobile accident. But his teams, in agreement with his family, decided to release this last video as a tribute.
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The video begins with some behind-the-scenes footage from the video, and the inscription “In memory of Ken Block,” with his birth and death dates. After the eight minutes of this Electrikhana 2, the video shows extracts from each of the Gymkhana.
Block is heard saying: “I consider myself the luckiest racing driver in the world because I can do these things”. A beautiful tribute and a final spectacular video to conclude this beautiful epic.
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