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Ken Blocks Audi RS e-tron GT
The RS e-tron GT blocks (buy used Audi e-tron GT now) has a matte white body with black trim. In this video, his co-host says that the vehicle is similar to the Stormtrooper from Star Wars.
The wheels are the same white but the design is not identical. Block fans on Instagram chose the rims. Their first choice was the NGO six-spoke design, and Block fitted it to the rear axle. Up front, they chose the turbo-style Aerodisc.
Photo gallery: Ken Block shows his custom Audi RS e-tron GT
Rotiform made the wheels specifically for the Block’s RS e-tron GT, as the company did not yet have the chainring parts suitable for the new one. Audi released. Block put Toyo Sport tires on the wheels for normal driving. For trekking in the mountains, he wants to use Toyo Celsius all-season tires.
The roof rack is an Audi accessory. Block uses it to store his skateboard and shoes.
Technically, this RS e-tron GT is in original condition. This means that the twin-motor electric powertrain delivers 590 hp (440 kW) and 830 Nm of torque. The system can temporarily increase power to 637 hp (475 kW). According to official figures from Audi, the four-door car will reach a speed of 96 kilometers per hour (60 mph) in 3.1 seconds and a top speed of 250 kilometers per hour.
Ken Block shows his Audi RS e-tron GT
In the video, Block says he hasn’t driven his RS e-tron GT yet. At the end of the clip we see him getting him out of the garage. The content of the rest of the Electric Fleet video series is unclear.
Part of the YouTube clip description reads, “It just fits me, my family, and all the snowboarding adventures I do every day here in Utah.” This leads us to suspect that the rest of the series can show how Block uses EV performance in the real world.
In 2021, Block announced a partnership with Audi. The company will give him a special Audi S1 e-tron Quattro Hoonitron to construct. He will be the star of Gymkhana’s upcoming video titled Electrikhana.