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  • 20201007-JK7_0033

    Future is now

    The brand new KTM X-BOW GTX & GT2 Concept

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    The production KTM X-BOW is KTM’s interpretation of a super sports car for the 21st century. "We took Colin Chapman's idea of a spartan, lightweight sports car reduced to the bare essentials and transfered it into the new millennium – with as many technological innovations as possible", says KTM CEO Stefan Pierer, of the first four-wheeled model in KTM’s history


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    The design concept. Focused on only including elements that directly add to the performance and function of the vehicle. Trim away and leave off everything else. Assemble the best suppliers of the necessary components and use the strongest, lightest and most advanced materials available. However, no other car epitomises the term “super sports car” as thoroughly and uncompromisingly as the KTM X-BOW.


    With the KTM X-BOW GT, KISKA has designed a vehicle whose exceptional characteristics can now also be experienced without a helmet. The elegant, frameless windscreen construction, which wraps protectively around the driver and passenger in the same way as a helmet visor, allows the occupants to forego their own headgear. At the same time, however, it does nothing to impair the pure driving experience or the radical design of the revolutionary KTM X-BOW.


    The next step: The KTM X-BOW GT4, developed in partnership with racing car specialist Reiter Engineering, yet using iconic KISKA design language again, marked KTMs step into international car racing and brought lightweight sensation into the field of GT4 championships worldwide.

    KTM X-BOW GTX & GT2 - Ultimate track weapons


    Performance and purism, united in a unique, extreme design, and armed for adventures on the most legendary race tracks in the world, the KTM X-BOW GTX & GT2 CONCEPT will set new benchmarks in racing. Keeping the focus on the essentials (weight reduction, performance, aerodynamics, handling), they provide numerous new technical highlights, increased ergonomics and usability as well as an almost revolutionary safety standard. It’s the first GT racing car to combine a homologated monocoque with a homologated GT rollcage and a carbon fibre competition seat. Alongside superior technology, the new models are obviously making an extraordinary statement on design: A race car, as pure as a race car can be. On this basis, the KTM X-BOW GTX and GT2 CONCEPT models are able to compete against highprofile super sport cars in terms of power-to-weight-ratio, cornering speed, stopping distance, top speed and, last but not least, lap times - whether it’s on the Nürburgring Nordschleife, in professional racing or during track days. Of course, both models remain absolutely faithful to the DNA of the original KTM X-BOW: Radical, puristic, precise, performance driven.




    The story behind the KTM X-BOW GTX & GT2 Concept.

    Let us take you behind the scenes and share some interesting sneak peeks around the development of the new models.

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    The carbon monocoque, which is unique for sports cars, was derived directly from a Dallara Formula 3 chassis. The extremely high shoulders of the monocoque protect much more effectively than any other technical solution in the event of a side impact. The front crash box, connected to the monocoque, meets the Formula 3 and sports car standards. The carbon monocoque itself is a four-layer construction that is double-walled from the driver's torso on. Like the monocoque itself, the roll hoops come directly from Formula racing and, in the worst case, are able to carry 2.5 times the vehicle weight.


    The chassis was developed with Italian sports car specialist DALLARA and composite experts from KTM Technology. Engine partner Audi refined the performance and WP created a suspension system that allows exceptional handling and cornering agility, enabling the 790 kilogram super sports car to challenge nearly every existing sports car.



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    The world’s first production car with a full carbon composite monocoque that weighs only 80 kilograms, yet has exceptional levels of safety. Aerodynamics refined from open-wheel racing, jointly developed by KTM Technologies and Dallara produces up to 400 kg downforce at 200 km/h*, allowing up to 2 G of lateral acceleration – superior to any other street legal car!


    *) depending on configuration



    The KTM X-BOW has been manufactured in a purpose-built plant in Graz since June 2008. It is one of the world's most modern vehicle limited-production facilities and was built in a matter of months in accordance with the latest standards.



    KTM has developed ingenious warehousing, special transport logistics (including specially designed transport containers for the valuable carbon-fibre parts) and special assembly technologies



    Naturally, customers and interested parties are welcome to visit us at any time in Graz – whether it be to buy new performance parts or to find out all there is to know about the KTM X-BOW. For all those who would like to collect their vehicle from the Graz factory, there is a special offer, which is supervised personally by site manager Michael Wölfling in person: "With the KTM X-BOW, we are not merely selling a car, but a unique experience. Every customer naturally receives a guided tour around our factory. Anyone who wants to can even watch their vehicle pass through the final stages of production – and then drive directly to their first driver training session on the Red Bull Ring