KTM X-Bow, for those who may not know, is a full-on track car that just happens to be road-legal. In an attempt to make the X-Bow a bit more user-friendly for road use, KTM reveals the new GT version which features a wraparound windscreen.
It probably won’t make that big a difference, but it should at least reduce the amount of mosquito that usually go up your nose when you drive the normal X-Bow. Set for Geneva Motor Show debut, the X-Bow GT will also get a removable top that can be used up to 80 mph. Still not a cockpit as such, but it’ll keep the rain out.
These additions will make the X-Bow easier to live with, but we can’t help but think the windscreen, and by imagine the roof, make the car look ugly and ungainly. Nobody in their right mind would buy the X-Bow for daily commute anyway, so it all sounds a bit pointless.
The X-Bow is powered by a 2.0 liter turbo four-cylinder engine developing 240 horsepower.