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KTM Brand History
The popular Austrian motorcycle manufacturer, KTM, made its debut in the auto industry at the Geneva Auto Show in 2007, where they presented a prototype of their current product, the X-Bow. The production of the X-Bow officially began in June 2008 in the factory at Graz, Austria.
The first models were delivered to their customers in August 2008 and by the end of the year, 350 vehicles were sold. For 2009, the first full year of production, KTM expects a sale volume of approximately 600 units.
The KTM X-Bow meets the requirements for homologation in most of the countries of the European Union, such as: Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Switzerland etc. Outside the European Union the X-Bow is homologated in the United Arab Emirates. As for other countries that were not specified above, the X-Bow is classed entirely as a race vehicle and it is restricted to race-track use only.
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KTM decided the perfect venue to show new 2014 model year KTM X-BOW GT was Geneva 2013, which is said to be a track car that's a bit more practical. You no longer have to wear a full helmet to ensure you don't eat bugs for breakfast or get stoned to death by debris because the GT model has a windshield. ... Continue Reading →
The KTM X-Bow you are looking at is double special. First of all, it is an “R” model, being touched by aftermarket developer MTM and secondly, it is used by the Monaco police force to chase cars. The second piece of information comes from Youtube user Worldsupercars, who posted the clip and is confirme... Continue Reading →
The KTM X-Bow has a complex construction that allows it to respond to every mm of driver input in a way that pleases the person behind the wheel, but this is not all the car’s design does. The X-Bow also acts as a magnet, drawing the attention of everybody it passes by. A perfect example of this comes in the... Continue Reading →
Do you live in America and love track day fun? Here's one for you: KTM has released the US pricing for the X-Bow. We'll get straight to the point - to get this beast into your garage, you'll have to spend at least $88,500. There's just one thing... The pricing refers to a complete "Roller&... Continue Reading →
While the Austrian manufacturer is yet to make a move in this direction, the guys at British Racing Group (BRG) have eventually managed to find a way to bring the highly anticipated KTM X-Bow to the United States. Specifically, the company has taken upon itself to bring the majority of the car to the US in the form o... Continue Reading →
A new track-class hero will be born! KTM is currently developing a hardcore version of the X-BOW. Dubbed X-BOW R, the vehicle will make its market entry in 2011. The vehicle will use the engine from the Audi S3. However, the turbocharged 2.0 liter unit will come with certain modifications that will allow it to del... Continue Reading →
After conducting a number of racing enhancements on its X-BOW GT4, KTM took it to the track to complete some final tests the past weekend at the 2009 British GT championship. The machine qualified just 0.45 seconds behind the MTECH GT3-specification Ferrari 430 Scuderia for race one, and 0.70 seconds in qualifying fo... Continue Reading →