KTM is known for its motorcycles, but KTM’s X-Bow GT ($94,000) is getting the company noticed for its supercars. Now some say the X-Bow looks like a glorified go-kart, so it might not be your cup of tea. Based off of KTM’s X-Bow R, it adds a frameless windshield and partially framed side windows so you can forego the need for a helmet. The 1900 pound, mid-engine, two-seater uses the Audi 2.0 liter turbocharged, intercooled engine for its power plant. The engine produces 281 horsepower and 309 foot-pounds of torque at 3200 rpm. With a top speed of 144 mph and a 0-62 mph split of 4.1 seconds, it’s safe to say that this guy will blow the doors off of any go-kart.
The Porsche Mission E ($TBA) is the brand’s first 100 percent electrically powered vehicle and it’s coming to a dealership near you. Coming off a ton of hype from the Frankfurt International Motor Show the Mission E features a power plant that puts out over 600 horses, with a 0-60 split of under 3.5 seconds. […]