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The KTM X-Bow
is nearing its stateside launch as a
kit car, and pricing
for the track-ready toy has just been announced. For the basic "Street" model, expect to lay down a whopping $88,500 greenbacks.
If the lowest-end X-Bow is too soft for you, be prepared to shell out quite a bit of cash for the upgrades. The Clubsport version will command $103,500, the Superlight will set you back $134,500 and the top-of-the-line GT4 will carry a very hefty $139,000 sticker. In case you were wondering, that's Porsche 911 GT3 RS
money. That price does not include the Audi
engine and transaxle, which will cost buyers an extra $7,900 since the X-Bow can't be sold as a complete car in the United States.
By contrast, the Ariel Atom starts at $49,980 here in the U.S., again without any associated go-bits. Of course, that's for the most-basic 200-horsepower model, so it may be a little unfair to compare the X-Bow directly with the Atom. If you go for the Ariel Atom V8 when that makes its Stateside debut, look at plopping down around $160,000. Follow the jump
for the full details in KTM's press release.
X-BOW "STREET" $88,500
X-BOW "CLUBSPORT" $103,500
X-BOW "GT4" $139,000
Optional Equipment Overview:
Mech. locking differential $4,290
Removable steering wheel $1,690
Wheels with central locking $2,490
Integrated ChaseCam DIVA 2 Camera System $4,490
Airjack System $TBA
"R" Package $TBA
Individual Powerpart™ and Powerwear™ accessory and part costs can be found on the British Racing Group online webstore at
The X-Bow pricing above reﬂects a complete "Roller". The X-Bow is sold in the US minus engine and transaxle. The KTM OEM
drivetrain package including engine and transaxle can be purchased and installed by an approved installation partner for approximately
$7,900 USD, applicable to all models.
Pricing includes Airfreight and ground transport to our delivery facilities.
The North American speciﬁcation KTM X-Bow is classiﬁed as a special construction vehicle by the EPA, NHSTA and individual state
departments of transportation. As such, it is sold without engine and transaxle. The engine and transaxle speciﬁed in this and associated
documents is the suggested drivetrain for North American consumers. British Racing Group LLC and Hangar 111 make no
representations as to an individuals ability to register the X-Bow or any of it's derivatives for road use due to varying requirements from
jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Special licensing procedures likely apply. For speciﬁc requirements, please contact your state's governing
agency. Licensing and registration of the X-Bow is the sole responsibility of the buyer.
Operating a vehicle in motorsport, track or competitive conditions and venues may be hazardous. Such use exposes the occupants to
extreme conditions and the possibility of injury, sometimes sever and can result in death. Any use of the X-Bow should be performed
with this in mind. By operating the car, the occupants accept this liability and absolve British Racing Group, LLC, it's installation partners,
Hangar 111 and KTM, AG of all liabilities that may result from the use of the vehicle. Proper training, equipment and licensing is strongly
British Racing Group LLC, Hangar 111 and KTM, AG reserve the right to alter speciﬁcations including but not limited to; standard and
optional equipment, suggested drivetrain speciﬁcation, pricing, etc. without prior notice. British Racing Group, LLC is an ofﬁcial dealer
and North American representative for Hangar 111, Limited.