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KTM X-Bow

KTM X-Bow (Austria, 2007-present)

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X-Bow (Cross-bow) was introduced in 2008. This lightweight sports car is a mark on the 50 year history of KTM, since it’s the first car that the Austrian make launched. Defined by KTM as a racing machine, the car has a carbon fibre monocoque and is fitted with a 2.0l Audi engine. It goes from 0 to 100km in 3.9 seconds and weights approximately 790 kg.



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