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The KTM X-Bow is the motorbike manufacturer’s foray into cars. Intended for track day use rather than every day driving; luxuries are at a minimum and build is almost exclusively from carbon fibre. Power comes from the magnificent high revving Honda Vtec F20C engine that also powers the Honda S2000 and Arial Atom.

The X-Bow is an impressive performer and has exotic modern looks. It comes in at a hefty price, but this hasn’t stopped it selling. Production has increased from a planned 500 per year to 1000. Despite its raw looks, it is reassuring to drive but this doesn’t make it any less effective.

KTM X-Bow Details

Production Dates2008-current
Length 3738 mm / 147 in
Width 1915 mm / 75 in
Height 1202 mm / 47 in
Wheelbase 2430 mm / 96 in
Fuel Tank Capacity 40 litres / 10.6 US gal
Warranty 2 years or miles


Fuel type Unleaded Petrol
Engine type Straight 4
Engine Capacity 1984 cc
Power 300@6300 bhp
Torque 400@3300 nm
Transmission type 6-spd manual
Kerb Weight 825 kg / 1819 lb
UK Retail Price from £87,480


Max speed (manual) 149 mph / 240 kph
0-60mph (manual) - seconds
0-100kmph (manual) 3.9 seconds

Economy and Emissions

EU Combined Fuel Economy (manual) 34 mpg / 8.3 L/100km
CO2 Emissions (manual) 189 g/km

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