The KTM X-BOW GTX boasts a number of new technical highlights, enhanced ergonomics, improved controllability, and revolutionary safety standards. The car seems bound to succeed. Nevertheless, Czech driver Marek Rybnicek had to withdraw his KTM X-BOW GTX ‘Liqui Moly, No.104’ from the European Hill Climb Championship race in Sternberk after a controversial FIA decision.
Ready for home circuit racing
Nothing can stop the KTM X-BOW GTX ‘Liqui Moly, No.104’ on Carrera home circuits, but the degree of on-track success here is purely down to your skills on the controller handset. The car can be given a digital decode for digital use and guarantees unbeatable fun for drivers of all ages. Beginners' or advanced modes mean it can be adapted to the individual driver's skill level.