Video: Ken Block is a Busy Guy, Enjoys L.A. in his HFHV Ford Fiesta w/ SYNC

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Ken Block plugs Ford’s SYNC and handles the business in this video clip from the Monster World Rally Team.

Ford has outfitted Ken Block's Hybrid Function Hoon Vehicle aka HFHV with their SYNC infotainment system. Block plugs it well (albeit a bit cheesy) while he goes to meet fans and films the ending of his Gymkhana 4 film.

He first arrives in his Fiesta racecar at the Cars and Coffee event in Irvine, California, cheeses it up with some fans and shows off his car. Then it's off to the coffee shop via his SYNC system for location and directions. He finishes the day on the set of Gymkhana 4, where he drifts into a ladder holding his DC Shoes mate Kelly Bolton right as he performs a backflip. Epic stuff from an epic driver.

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