The KTM X-Bow GTX is the ultimate version of the X-Bow lineup.
- Text originally from KTM.com
Performance and purism, united in a unique, extreme design, and armed for adventures on the most legendary race tracks in the world, the KTM X-BOW GTX & GT2 CONCEPT will set new benchmarks in racing. Keeping the focus on the essentials (weight reduction, performance, aerodynamics, handling), they provide numerous new technical highlights, increased ergonomics and usability as well as an almost revolutionary safety standard.
It's the first GT racing car to combine a homologated monocoque with a homologated GT rollcage and a carbon fibre competition seat. Alongside superior technology, the new models are obviously making an extraordinary statement on design: A race car, as pure as a race car can be. On this basis, the KTM X-BOW GTX and GT2 CONCEPT models are able to compete against high-profile super sport cars in terms of power-to-weight-ratio, cornering speed, stopping distance, top speed and, last but not least, lap times - whether it's on the Nürburgring Nordschleife, in professional racing or during track days. Of course, both models remain absolutely faithful to the DNA of the original KTM X-BOW: Radical, puristic, precise, performance driven.
The KTM X-Bow GTX was added in the 2021 Spring Update as a low Class C car with the following statistics:
The KTM X-Bow GTX is the first Festival car with the "hybrid" style of PRO upgrades. Among hybrid Festival cars, the X-Bow GTX is unique in that it possesses a low top speed for its rank until it reaches full-PRO. All standard Festival cars display the aforementioned trait, though all hybrid Festival cars after the X-Bow GTX feature normal top speed at lower tunes. As such, the X-Bow GTX essentially exhibits the worst of both worlds, simultaneously possessing the tedious upgrade system of hybrid Festival cars and the low top speed at lower tunes of standard Festival cars. So far, the five hybrid Festival cars introduced after the X-Bow GTX all feature normal top speeds at lower tunes, including the Bugatti Centodieci, Onuk Sazan LM, Porsche 911 GT1 Evolution, Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo Evo and Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS.
The KTM X-Bow GTX is obtainable by reaching Tier 8 in its Festival. Upgrades require 55 each of Uncommon Tires, Uncommon Suspension, Uncommon Drivetrain, and Uncommon Exhaust, 60 Uncommon Tech, 160 KTM X-Bow GTX Kit, and 2,232,000.
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