Weighing in at just 2204-pounds, the KTM X-Bow GTX is an ultra powerful GT2 race car powered by an Audi-sourced turbocharged 2.5L five-cylinder engine producing 600 horsepower as GT2 racer and 500-plus in factory form. This also makes KTM the first manufacturer to combine a homologated monocoque with a homologated GT cage, and an optional homologated advanced seat.
Should be fortunate enough to purchase one of these beasts, you’ll be able to compete in the Creventic 24H Series, GT Open, DMV-GTC or the Nürburgring Langstrecken series, depending on homologation. KTM is also setting up a one-make Cup series with the car from 2021.
- Officially licensed by Ferrari & highly detailed interior/exterior – 1:14 scale toy car measures 13.3" x 5.9" x 3.3"; Features with butterfly doors (open by manual), working headlights / taillights, built-in spring suspension system, differential mechanism, rims and tires, stereo equipment, steering wheel, leather seats and etc.
- Full functions - forward, reverse, stop, turn left & right; it works best on the flat surface (in dry weather) and can be used indoors and outdoors.
- Excellent performance - Remote range up to 98 feet, Speed 5.1 mph; Single frequency available in 2.4GHz; Car's frequency cannot be converted.
- Batteries NOT included - Requires 5 x AA for the car and 1 x 9V for the remote controller; Package includes 1 x Rastar rc car,1 x dual-grip remote-controller and 1 x user guide.
- Factory assembled, ready to run, easy to play; Manufactured by Rastar Group; Choose Rastar Official for remote, accessories, and better after-sale service.
The first 20 cars will be available this year. Subject to the final homologation by the SRO, it then could be entered in all GT2 racing series’, whereby KTM will become, alongside Audi and Porsche, the third manufacturer in this arena to offer such a racing car. Furthermore, the new KTM X-BOW GTX, with a power output of around 500hp, should be eligible to compete in various racing series’ governed by GT regulations,” said KTM General Manager Hans Reiter.