KTM have made available more of their PowerParts and PowerWear and there's now a choice between central-locking or five-bolt wheels dressed in Pirelli Sottozero snow tires and an optional set of chains that provide good traction under poor driving conditions, which we probably think should come as standard considering the fact you drive a really fast piece of engineering on a very very slippery surface.
The people at KTM have not forgotten about the driver. Oh no, owners of the radical KTM X-Bow will be dressed in advanced clothing designed by Schöffel and a helmet by Schuberth that are specially designed to resist and protect you from the cold while you put the pedal to the metal in the X-Bow. The full winter proof protection package (helmet, jacket and trousers) is available at the price of 950 Euros, which we think is quite low if they can keep you warm when you have 80 mph winds hitting your skull.
After the so-called winter fun is over and you put your toys away the X-Bow can be housed in its indoor cover that costs about 380 Euros or in the outdoor cover that is available from 325 Euros. We also can't figure out why the indoor cover costs more than the outdoor one. It must be something that we overlooked, maybe indoor conditions are worse than outdoor ones during winter.