Power is boosted to 300hp (221kW) from the standard 240hp (179kW) via enhancing the tune on the 2.0L TFSI engine that come with the X-Bow. Little else has been revealed about the car at this point, with full details expected soon.
ABT is also taking on more than a mere tuning role: the tuning, modification and motorsports outfit will sell and service the X-Bow in Germany as KTM's official outlet partner for the car. The combination of factory-produced extreme motorsports at KTM and the ABT style of modification and tuning seems an apt fit.
The standard KTM X-Bow is capable of 3.9 second dashes to 62mph (100km/h), so the up-rated ABT variant out to be even quicker.