The ultimate version of KTM's X-Bow, the GTX, is officially ready for the track following its February 2020 debut. Starting with the X-Bow's carbon fiber monocoque, the GTX encloses the driver in a fighter jet-style clamshell with Makrolon windows and full carbon bodywork. Inside is an FIA-homologated roll cage and Recaro kevlar racing seat with Schroth harness and a custom steering wheel with integrated digital display and controls. A new electronic steering rack replaces the former hydraulic unit, saving weight and making for faster response, with the GTX weighing in at 2,310 pounds. The biggest change happens behind the driver's shoulders, with an Audi turbocharged five-cylinder making 523 horsepower and driving the wheels through an electronically-controlled sequential gearbox. 20 vehicles will be produced in 2020, with KTM planning an exclusive racing series next year.