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2017 KTM X-Bow review

The radical KTM-X-Bow is finally ready for road registration in Australia. With no roof, no screen, no ABS and no traction control, it's a raw driving experience in the purest form.

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2017 KTM X-Bow review

Read the full article here. If you approach the 2017 KTM X-Bow R thinking it’s going to be a motorcycle-like riding experience, your experience will be a lot further from that assumption than you might think. It was my privilege to take a closer look at why this incredible engineering work of art is both so distinct from any other four-wheeled experience, but also so approachable, so much fun, and so addictive...

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2021 KTM X-BOW GTX launched with radical 'jet fighter' canopy, confirmed for Australia

The 2021 KTM X-BOW GTX has been officially launched, equipped with a 'jet fighter' canopy and hypercar-rivalling power-to-weight figures. The external aesthetic is defined by exposed carbon fibre panelling, a large front splitter, and a gooseneck-mounted rear spoiler. To reduce drag on the KTM, traditional wing mirrors are replaced with rear-view cameras projecting to internal display screens...

2018 KTM X-Bow GT arrives Down Under

The KTM X-Bow GT has touched down in Australia, complete with a wraparound windscreen for (slightly) more refined racing thrills on the road. Imported to the country by Simply Sports Cars, the X-Bow GT(pronounced crossbow) will be priced from $189,990 before on-road costs. That's $20,000 more expensive than the X-Bow R, which arrived last year...

CarAdvice News Desk: The weekly wrap for March 10, 2017

Welcome to the CarAdvice.com News Desk, a regular video wrap of the latest happenings in the automotive world and Australia's new-car market. Keeping you in the loop, Tegan Lawson presents a weekly video from the CarAdvice Garage, with everything you need to know about the week in news and reviews...

KTM X-Bow on sale in Australia, and it's street legal

One of the world’s most manic road-registerable cars, the KTM X-Bow R, is now available in Australia and fully ADR compliant. Launched in Sydney today, the lightweight open-top ‘race car for the road’ has hit the Australian with a price of $169,990 plus on-road costs. For that money, you don’t get a lot of car, but you get a lot of car...

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