KTM X-Bow GT images released, the ‘civilised’ X-Bow

February 28, 2013

KTM has selected to do what many other car manufacturers are doing and has unveiled the its new car ahead of the Geneva show next week. Introducing the KTM X-Bow GT, the more civilised track car.

As you can see, the GT comes with features such as a windscreen and side windows. A removable roof panel is also said to be part of the package so the X-Bow can be driven in the rain. Such otherwise staple items don’t come with the regular X-Bow.

KTM hasn’t released all of the details on the new mode yet, and is likely waiting for the Geneva show. According to international word though, the X-Bow GT will come with a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine producing 177kW and 310Nm.

Despite the added features, and the subsequent added weight, the new model is still set to cover 0-100km/h in around 3.9 seconds.

Full details and specifications are expected at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, hitting off on March 5.

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