Here is the WIMMER KTM X-Bow GT. Regardless of its form, drop top or real Gran Turismo, the car is an emanation of a radical design. R and RR are the model series most famous in the X-Bow trim. They stand out immediately and are driven by preference with helmet, because the windshield does not offer any protection. On the contrary, the GT variant of the X-Bow has a windshield made of heatable laminated safety glass. The side windows of the car are also the doors of the KTM X-Bow GT in the same time.
The serial power of the KTM X-Bow GT stands proud with 300 HP (220 kW) and 420 Newton meters (310 lb-ft), making it possible for the model to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (60 mph) within 4.1 seconds.
The driving experience wouldn't be satisfying if there weren't the exclusive aerodynamics. The flat three-part racing sports underbody, overtaken from formula racing cars, provides grandiose aerodynamics.
In addition, the racing sports push-rod chassis on front axle has adjustable pressure and rebound, is delivered by the WP Suspensions Company, while the braking is ensured by the Brembo braking system that works behind tires of 17 inches on front and 18 inches on rear axle.
The aluminum roll-over bars, which have been integrated into the monocoque, grand optimal protection too by resisting against up to 2.5 times the vehicle's weight. Extra safety comes from the crash box on the car's nose, which has carbon-aluminum-sandwich construction.
So, how about a ride in the snow? Don't forget your helmet!
Source: WIMMER Rennsporttechnik via Miranda Media