This variation of the Kaio-ken boasts a double aura effect, placing a crimson Kaio-ken aura outside of a typical blue Super Saiyan Blue aura. The outer Kaio-ken aura manifests as violently fluctuating and jagged while the Super Saiyan Blue aura maintains a gentle, flame-like contour. It also causes the user's physical appearance to look different, with more red colored skin, and much lighter blue hair - almost appearing white.
Goku takes on this form by first transforming from Super Saiyan Blue into Super Saiyan Blue Kaio-ken, and the proceeding to power up further while shouting times ten.
Goku uses this technique in an attempt to finish off Hit quickly, however Goku is only able to maintain Kaio-ken x10 as a Super Saiyan Blue for short periods of time because it puts a great deal of strain on his body. As such, after attempting to defeat Hit with a Kamehameha, the ten time Kaio-ken seemingly faded and his Kaio-ken dropped to a lower level for the rest of the fight.
Video game appearancesEdit
The technique makes its debut in a video-game and is firstly named in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.