The KTM X-BOW RR is an ultra-lightweight monocoque, rear-wheel-drive sports car designed by KISKA and assembled at the KMT Sports Car GMBH in Graz, Austria, from 2002 to 2019. This racetrack-oriented, non-street-legal machine features a lean composite carbon fiber composite weighing no more than 1740 Lbs. The Crossbow runs with a 2.0L Audi TFSI I5 turbocharged engine that produces a maximum power of 300 HP and 400 Nm of torque at 3300Rpm. It comes with a standard 6-speed manual Audi transmission capable of going from 0 to 62 MPH in just 3.9 seconds with a maximum registered speed of 144 MPH.
The KTM X-BOW RR is a strong competitor on the tracks, laser-focused on creating the best possible performance for racers with extravagant taste. It comes with competition Toyo R888 215/45/ZR17 tires on the front and 255/35/ZR18 on the rear, all supported by a Brembo brake system that employs a four-piston, fixed caliper on the front and a two-piston on the back, requiring only 32.9 meters to brake from 62-0 Mph. It has a detachable multi-function steering wheel (infrared controlled) with adjustable height and depth. This exotic and futuristic Austrian racer is currently valued at around $93000.