KTM X Bow is coming to America’s market, finally after so long

118 0
KTM X Bow

KTM X Bow is basically an ultra-light super sports car, which is used mainly for race purpose. This super sports car is produced by the KTM, Australian motorcycle manufacturer. There is good news that the KTM X-Box is coming to America’s market. However, this car won’t be able to drive on public roads, only be used for the racing purpose. Hence, this super Austrian race-oriented roadster will just limit to track driving. KTM is also launching its all-new model in a special specification.

KTM X Bow
KTM X Bow was originally launched at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show. 10-years ago, KTM planned out its four-wheel model after three century quarters of making motorcycles. It further pleads for the Dallara services to develop the sourced and chassis the Audi engine. Therefore, the result is open-cockpit special performance and a mid-engine, which is extreme as anything else on the track. However, this super sports car was only made with a four-cylinder engine. KTM X Bow first foray, which was launched in Comp R spec US market, was featured with a turbo-four 2.0-liter engine. That delivers 220 kW and 420 Nm of torque. It was also featured with 6-speed manual gearbox and weights 780 kg. This model also has the potential to cover 100km/h in just 3.9 seconds and renders a top speed of 232 km/h as well.
KTM X Bow
KTM X Bow is also rendering more extreme first Edition Comp R, which uses the same engine to deliver 435 Nm and 258 kW of torque. The more extreme Comp R was also equipped with 6-speed sequential transmission and has the potential to accelerate 62 mph in just 3.2 seconds. This super sports car also delivers a topmost speed of 241 km/h (150 mph) as well. It is also featured with a more aggressive aero package and weights 810kg, which is a bit high. However, both the version of KTM X Bow will surely pull over 2G on its skidpad. KTM along with its partners are expected to unveil more at the Austin MotoGP race, Texas on the next week.
KTM X Bow

In this article

Join the Conversation