2016 KTM X-Bow Gt Black Edition

Mar 7, 2016

Category: Rides

Straight outta Gotham. That’s what you’ll find yourself thinking of after laying eyes on the new KTM X-Bow GT Black Edition. With a thorough use of carbon fiber for the body, including components such as the underfloor, wheel arches, and engine covers, the Bow GT boasts quite the sinister appearance. Add a 2.0-liter 320 HP turbocharged engine with anodized sport exhaust, and you have a track-ready model fit for the bat cave.

Inside, hand-stitched seats and logos adorn the all black interior. A suede leather steering wheel with color coordinated 12-hour markings, all-aluminum machined gear, and handbrake levers also add to its industrial feel. And for tech junkies, the Black Edition also includes a full multi-media interface with a rear view camera in case parallel parking isn’t your strength. Better act fast though because KTM is only producing 5 of these editions. All starting at $109,000.

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