SUPER SPORTS CAR TECHNOLOGY
FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Revolutionary. Puristic. Radical.
In the form of the production version of the KTM X-BOW, Austrian manufacturer KTM presented its interpretation of a super sports car for the 21st century in 2008. "We wanted to take Colin Chapman's idea of a spartan, lightweight sports car reduced to the bare essentials and transfer it into the new millennium – with as many technological innovations as possible", says KTM CEO Stefan Pierer, reflecting on the development of the first four-wheeled model in the company's history.
Ready to Race
GRAN TURISMO WITH RACING-DNA
The new GT makes an even wider, lower, more compact and more powerful impression – the fact that the aerodynamics have been improved in order to generate less drag and even more downforce goes without saying, due, if nothing else, to the KTM X-BOW's racing genes. So even the version of the super sports car from Austria with windscreen and soft top is by no means lacking in purism or radicalness. See for yourself - now without a helmet - that just as much 21st century sports car technology is embedded in this latest model and therefore precisely that racing DNA that makes the KTM X-BOW and the driving experience so special. And that it is always "Ready to Race".