The wild-looking KTM X-Bow will hit the streets in the U.S. in 2017. Continue Reading...
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The already hardcore KTM X-Bow is going to a new level with the Black Edition. Continue Reading...
Very few automotive enthusiasts would argue that lightweight cars aren’t fun to drive. Continue Reading...
Austrain motorcycle maker KTM and German racing team Reiter Engineering are working on an all-new sports car will be competing in the U.S. Continue Reading...
Two of the world’s high-performance sports car experts are developing a new race car. Continue Reading...
There are automakers and then there are automakers. There are the Chevrolets and Toyotas of the world that offer huge model ranges and sell thousands upon thousands of vehicles each year and then there are specialty boutique brands. Continue Reading...
As if the KTM X-Bow isn’t exciting enough, Audi will now share its 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine currently powering the TT RS to power an even crazier version of the open-wheel car. Continue Reading...
KTM has thoroughly improved the X-Bow with its new GT model – beyond just adding some glass and doors to the street-legal race car. Continue Reading...
Last June, KTM hinted that it would be adding doors, windows and a windshield to its X-Bow in time for the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. The Austrian-based company kept its promise, revealing the X-Bow GT ahead of its official unveiling early next month. Continue Reading...
Perhaps in preparation for its U.S. market debut, KTM will be adding doors and a windshield to its X-Bow model. Continue Reading...
When there’s snow and ice, there’s always time to have some fun. Out in Heteren, a village in Gelderland, Netherlands, a trio of KTM creations took to the snow and ice to have a little “playtime” as they called it. Accompanied by a motorcycle and ATV, this KTM X-Bow took to the ice as if… Continue Reading...
Austrian-based KTM, best known for producing motorcycles (not to mention the lightweight X-Bow racer), has teamed up with the Austrian Institute of Technology to create an electric vehicle called the E3W. The E3W (Electric 3-Wheeler) can carry two passengers for up to 100 kilometers (62 miles) using a 15kW motor and lithium-ion battery, not to… Continue Reading...
KTM has expanded their X-Bow line of models by adding the newly released X-Bow R alongside their current X-Bow Clubsport and X-Bow Street models. KTM describes the X-Bow R as a result of “further development” of their sports car, outfitting it with an Audi-sourced 2.0L TFSI power plant that pushes out 300-hp and 295 ft-lbs… Continue Reading...
Trade in your Ariel Atom and sell-off the Lotus 2-Eleven because you’re going to need to put together some serious funny money to pick up the latest track special: the KTM X-Bow. Priced at $88,500 it’s certainly not cheap. And that doesn’t even include the engine, an Audi sourced 2.0T block that KTM estimates will… Continue Reading...
The KTM X-Bow, perhaps the only car more bonkers than the Ariel Atom, will finally be coming to the United States, and like other formerly forbidden fruit, a bit of trickery is required to get the car legally imported. While KTM will build the cars to the customers specifications, the vehicle must be shipped and… Continue Reading...
Abarth’s rumored mid-engine sports car will apparently use the KTM X-Bow as a starting point, replacing the X-Bow’s Volkswagen mill with a Fiat Multi-Air engine good for 180 horsepower. The terms of the deal would see Abarth purchase the rolling chassis from KTM and install their own engines. It’s not yet known if the Abarth… Continue Reading...
The KTM X-Bow is already targeted at the .01% of the population who desires the ultimate in trackday-nutcase transportation. For that sub-segment of masochists who desire even more thrills, there’s the newly released X-Bow R. Powered by a 300-horsepower Audi S3 engine, the four-cylinder turbo powerplant will be positioned lower in the car to provide… Continue Reading...
The rumored Abarth sports car, based on KTM’s X-Bow trackday car could end up taking a very different form by reviving the legendary Lancia Stratos nameplate. On the same day that rumors of a KTM-based Abarth surfaced, spy photos of a new car that looks nearly identical to the Stratos appeared on various blogs, showing… Continue Reading...
Along with a new stand-alone coupe and convertible, Fiat sub-brand Abarth will look to expand its lineup of original models with a Lotus Elise rival based on the KTM X-Bow (above). If you’re not familiar with KTM or the X-Bow, the company is best known for building motorcycles and the X-Bow was a limited project… Continue Reading...