KTM has celebrated the building of its 1,000th X-Bow by revealing the car with a slight facelift, set to be included on all future models.
From the front, the refreshed X-Bow can be identified thanks to its new LED daytime running lights and more aggressive lines. Additionally, narrower headlight surrounds have been employed, as has a redesigned splitter, now sitting at an even more menacing angle of attack.
The rear has also been tweaked, particularly thanks to the creation of a different engine cover that sports new ventilation gills.
KTM also says that the engine of the potent X-Bow R variant has been modified but no specifics have been announced. At this stage, we know it retains the pre-facelift’s 2.0-liter TFSI engine from Audi with 300 PS (295 hp) on tap.
News of the facelifted X-Bow comes just after the marque’s chief executive confirmed that the X-Bow will launch in the United States next year.