KTM X-Bow US Pricing Released

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". In other words, the price doesn't include the engine and transaxle. So, let's see how much you have to pay for the complete package. The KTM OEM drivetrain pack, including engine and transaxle, can be yours for $7,900.

Here are the full pricing details for the X-Bow:
  • X-BOW “STREET” $88,500
  • X-BOW “CLUBSPORT” $103,500
  • X-BOW “SUPERLIGHT”$134,500
  • X-BOW “GT4″ $139,000
Optional Equipment Overview:
  • Mech. locking differential $4,290
  • Removable steering wheel $1,690
  • Wheels with central locking $2,490
  • Integrated ChaseCam DIVA 2 Camera System $4,490
  • Airjack System $TBA
  • “R” Package $TBA

"The North American specification KTM X-Bow is classified as a special construction vehicle by the EPA, NHTSA and individual state departments of transportation. As such, it is sold without engine and transaxle. The engine and transaxle specified in this and associated documents is the suggested drivetrain for North American consumers. British Racing Group LLC and Hangar 111 make no representations as to an individuals ability to register the X-Bow or any of it’s derivatives for road use due to varying requirements from jurisdiction to jurisdiction," explains the press release.

Customers can obtain info on individual Powerplant and Powergear accessory part costs on the British Racing Group on line website, which can be accessed by following this link.
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