If you want to go fast around a track, chances are you already know about the KTM X-Bow - but you may not know about the four new variants introduced today in Geneva. Even as the model range expands, however, KTM is drawing back production to meet the receding market. The familiar KTM X-Bow is now the X-Bow Street - the everyday road-legal track-day car, and the least expensive of the bunch at €49,980 ($62,750). Its 240hp (177kW) engine and low 1,741lb (790kg) curb weight combine to make it the most efficient of the range as well. Next up is the Clubsport, which adds a finer-tuned...
Maxximus G-Force: a new fastest street-legal car contender
The ongoing battle for the title of 'world's fastest production car' has seen the SSC Ultimate Aero TT dethrone the Bugatti Veyron for outright top speed, but now a new contender has entered the ring. The Maxximus G-Force, brain-child of David B. McMahan, hasn't made a top-speed run yet, but its...Ralph Hanson
Reynard reveals Inverter street-legal trackday supercar
The popularity of street-legal trackday cars has waxed over the past decade, bringing such favorites as the Ariel Atom, KTM X-Bow and any number of Lotus Seven-inspired cars. Now the legendary Reynard Racing is applying its chassis-building talents to produce the Inverter, a street-legal track star...Nelson Ireson
Hyundai reveals new SEMA Genesis Coupe modified by Street Concepts
The third and final tuning company chosen to use the Hyundai Genesis Coupe as their canvas at the upcoming SEMA show may just unveil the most outrageous Genesis Coupe yet, if the pictures are anything to go by. Hyundai has given their Genesis Coupe to 'Street Concepts', long-time Hyundai tuners...Alex Kaufmann