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KTM X-Bow

KTM X-Bow

Sometimes you just can't help but want to be European. The KTM X-Bow ($TBA; 2008) is an all-new sports car from the storied motorcycle company. With a body weight of approximately 1550 lbs., the X-Bow's 220-horsepower Audi engine propels the racer from 0 to 62 in 3.9 seconds. Other high-end features abound, such as a carbon fibre monocoque, Brembo brakes, optional DSG transmisison, and an F1-style crashbox. The only downside? It's Europe-only, for now. [via]

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