The GT2 costs €294,000 and makes over 600hp
KTM has unveiled more details about its X-BOW GTX and GT2 model. This time the Austrian manufacturer is going all-in with its four-wheeled machines. One comes with over 500hp while the other delivers over 600hp. All this for a car which weighs around 1,000kg. Price tags start from €230,000 and €294,000 for the track-focused GT2. That amount lacks VAT and KTM already has 25 units available starting this autumn.
Yes, we know they have four wheels, but the power figures and prices are staggering for a bike brand that has a flagship super naked making ‘just’ 177hp in the form of the 1290 Super Duke R.
“With a vehicle weight of around 1,000 kg and an output of over 500hp (GTX) and 600hp (GT2) respectively, we don’t have to shy away from comparisons," said Michael Wölfling, General Manager of KTM Sportcar GmbH.
We would ask if there are any plans to build a motorcycle with at least half of that amount, but let's look a little bit closer to these cars.
They are Handcrafted in Graz, Austria. The first one is the KTM X-Bow GTX which is not shy to deliver over 500hp from a 2.5 litre, five-cylinder TFSi engine while the X-Bow GT2 is even more fierce with over 600hp from its engine. All that with a weight around 1,000kg.
The prices are also stellar with the GTX priced at €230,000 and the GT2 costing a whooping €294,000. The latter is set to compete alongside the GT3 model at in GT World Challenge Europe Sprint Cup events.
Moreover, there are a total of 25 units available for deliveries starting this autumn and purchasing them is possible through KTM Sportcar GmbH.