For any adrenaline junkies, the stock version of KTM X-Bow seems to be sufficient enough. Nonetheless, guys at Wimmer RST deemed it necessary to upgrade it. So, they took the GT and R versions of the KTM X-Bow and injected it with 2.0 liter TFSI engine sourced from Audi. It offers an output of 478hp and 520Nm of torque. This figure is achieved with the help of software optimization and modifying other parts of the car. These upgrades give KTM X-Bow an additional 182hp and 100Nm of torque.
Both the versions of X-Bow are now able to accelerate from 0 to 62mph in 2.97 seconds and 124mph in 9.9 seconds. The stock version of X-Bow GT needs 4.1 seconds to accelerate from 0-62mph and the weight is tipped at just 847kg. On the other hand, X-Bow R takes 0.2 seconds lesser than GT version. It is because the weight is tipped at just 790kg. The figure is of for basic sports car whose engine is mated with six-speed manual transmission. However, Wimmer RST examples of X-Bow feature an optional six-speed DSG. It comes with three driving modes gains extra power thanks to the usage of carbon fiber updates on the exterior.
Wimmer RST has a favorite among the two versions. They recommend buyers to opt for KTM X-Bow R. Since, it is lighter than the GT version, but also requires driver to wear helmet as the windscreen is missing. Overall, the aesthetics of the X-Bow examples from Wimmer RST looks promising and is enticing for buyers. Check out the extensive gallery of the tuned versions of X-Bow.