Thursday April 22, 2021
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KTM

KTM means "motor vehicles Trunkenpolz Mattighofen". The company was founded 1934 in the Austrian Mattinghofen by Hans Trunkenpolz and initially produced only motorcycles. Thanks to its high quality and excellent performance, KTM has been able to reach the top of the largest motorcycle manufacturers in Europe. In off-road sports, the company is even the global market leader. Since 2006 KTM develops under the model name X-Bow supercar for example from Wimmer can be tuned and was able to present four automobiles at the Geneva Motor Show - all manufacturing processes take place mainly in the main production site Mattinghofen. In the various production vehicles, every tuning fan will find his favorite specimen, from entry-level X-Bow with 240 PS and acceleration of 3,9 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h, to the X-Bow "R", which thanks to vehicle tuning achieves a whopping 300 horsepower. Even if it does not look like it, all X-Bow models can also be registered on the road because they meet the EU guidelines for small-lot homologation, but only minor changes are necessary. An exact number of vehicles sold is unknown.