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...
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...