KTM-Sportmotorcycle Scandinavia AB

KTM AT THE INTERNATIONAL GENEVA MOTOR SHOW:

Pressmeddelande   •   Mar 06, 2013 11:41 CET

KTM is back at the International Geneva Motor Show 2013: from 5th March to 17th March 2013, at the world’s most important annual motor show, the first KTM X-BOW with windscreen, the so called KTM X-BOW GT, celebrates its world premiere. ´

Based on the KTM X-BOW R, the “Supersportscar of the 21st century” with 285 PS creates new opportunities. In addition to the new windscreen, the KTM X-BOW GT is equipped with a Soft-Top (“X-TOP”), which is approved for street use and can be rapidly and easily installed. Furthermore, the new X-BOW offers a baggage system with about 50 litres of storage space. If desired the new KTM X-BOW GT can be individually designed with new colours, useful Power Parts and spectacular tuning parts.

But there’s no need to worry: the KTM X-BOW R without windscreen and 300 PS strong Audi TFSI turbo engine remains available. Just like the KTM X-BOW RR, originally designed for racing, which successfully runs the “KTM X-BOW BATTLE” as well as international racing series. At Geneva Motor Show, KTM X-BOW Schweiz GmbH (KTM X-BOW Switzerland Ltd.) presents the award winning car of the last X-BOW BATTLE season.

With immediate effect the KTM X-BOW GT is available for order; the first X-BOWS will be delivered by the end of April or at the beginning of May 2013. The KTM X-BOW is available at a net price of €72,500.

On www.ktmimages.com you can find high-res images of the KTM X-BOW models.

Please visit the KTM X-BOW website www.ktm.com/x-bow.

KTM Sportmotorcycle Scandinavia är en av Sveriges största leverantörer av motorcyklar. Det svenska huvudkontoret ligger i Örebro, och vi ansvarar för Sverige, Norge samt Danmark. Moderbolaget finns i Österrike, och tillverkar ca 100 000 motorcyklar per år. Modellprogrammet består av allt från offroad minicyklar till SuperSport för väg och bana. KTM tillverkar även sportbilen, KTM X-Bow. Oavsett modell eller storlek, är alltid en KTM "Ready To Race".