Rear-mounted machine gun not included. Duh.
If you happened to be at the premiere for the film ‘Fall Guy,’ you probably saw a wicked real-life Warthog from the video game series ‘Halo’. That specific Warthog was actually created by Ken Block’s team at Hoonigan and it’s most definitely not just a show car. Powering this Warthog is a Ford Windsor 438ci V8 engine with two Garrett Motion turbo attached. In total, this Halo-inspired off-roader can push out over 1,000 horsepower. And when I say it’s an off-roader, I truly mean it. Hoonigan equipped this Warthog with four-wheel steering, suspension that’s ready to travel, and big beefy tires bigger than Beaver Creek. Down below, you can see the build process for Hoonigan’s Halo Warthog, included its first start-up. If you’d like to drive a Warthog yourself, you can do that and more in Halo Infinite which releases on December 8, 2021.