Product description KTM X-BOW GTX ‘Liqui Moly, No.104’
Front, rear & brake lights
Age 8 years & up
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 is digitally controllable, individually codable and can be adapted to the handset skills of the driver.