KTM made major headlines when it first announced it was entering the four-wheeled market back in 2007 with the X-Bow roadster. Since then, the Austrian manufacturer, more commonly associated with race-ready two-wheeled machinery, has announced its intentions to further probe the alternative transportation category with a range of three- and four-wheeled vehicles. Next month at the Geneva Motor Show, KTM is expected to debut two completely new vehicles alongside two new versions of the X-Bow. We know that the newly-formed automaker has plans to enter the electric vehicle world, likely with both a motorcycle and an automobile of sorts.
So far, KTM has managed to keep its specific plans for Geneva mostly under wraps, but we've heard talk of a possible city car that could have been developed along with India's Bajaj and an eco-friendly electric off-road vehicle. One of the two new X-Bow models may come with a closed roof, leaving room for an even more powerful racing edition of the little sportscar.