KTM X-Bow GT: Built For The Streets

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

One of our favorite toy manufacturers, we say toy because it’s hard to call their past vehicles anything else, has returned to the auto scene with the unveiling of their latest animal, the KTM X-Bow GT.

KTM has become known on the scene for their street legal formula 1 car, and now the brand has decided to make themselves even more mainstream friendly with the introduction of this beauty. For the first time KTM has made a real effort to protect drivers from the outside elements with “conveniences” that were seen on prior models like the introduction of a windshield, doors, and wipers. This KTM has also been “down tuned” a bit tossing out the 300 horsepower X-Bow R power plant in favor of a more accommodating Audi built turbocharged 2.0 liter. The four cylinder engine is no slouch though, pumping out 285 horsepower along with 310 lb-ft of torque. Expect this thing to debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.

KTM X-Bow GT (2)

KTM X-Bow GT (1)

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