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.”