Reiter Engineering has provided some updates to the KTM X-BOW GT4 to make it a more durable and cost effective racer for the 2018 season. Built in conjunction with KTM, the X-BOW GT4 boasts a number of mechanical updates which are displayed on this intimidating black presentation car.
Built in conjunction with KTM, Reiter Engineering has included a more powerful Holinger transmission which can be used for 10 000 km and can manage up to 700 N.m of torque. The lifespan of the chassis components such as the wishbones and central locking wheel hubs have been increased to 20 000 km.
The 265 kW turbocharged 2,0-litre four-cylinder engine by Audi gets a Motec M142 ECU and a new electronic fuse box while the cabin adopts a user-friendly control panel which manages the GT3 motorsport traction control. An LMP headrest also provides extra support for the driver.
Only 15 of these racers will be produced at €152 360 (R2,3 million) a pop. The allocation for February has already been sold out.