KTM X-Bow GT4 teased again, confirmed with a 2.0 TFSI engine and 320 hp

Article by Christian Andrei, on December 15, 2014

Back in November, we revealed you the fact that Reiter Engineering teamed up with KTM and they will develop a new racing car for customers located in Europe, United States of America and Asia. Today, the companies came back with fresh details as well as a new rendering that points to the final design of the KTM racing car.

Showing a futuristic design, just like the KTM X-Bow, the vehicle promises to dominate the racing world once it will be produced.

Moreover, we found out that the racing car will use a 2.0-liter TFSI engine bolted to a sequential six-speed gearbox from Holinger, featuring paddle shifters. The engine will generate approximately 320 hp.

Hans Reiter, proprietor of Reiter Engineering explains further: “In the first stage we homologate the new racing car for both the SRO GT4 and the Pirelli World Challenge GT-S classes!"

According to Reiter, “When you reflect on what the customer is being offered here in terms of the most modern racing technology, together with a very impressive safety concept, then you can really speak about it being exceptionally good value for money. Since the new car is based on the KTM X-BOW, the customer is going to get a racing car that has now been tested on the world’s racing circuits for six years. Our next major milestone will be the SRO BOP test in the coming spring.”

Topics: ktm, sports car

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