It's always amazing seeing one of these "behind the scenes" videos where we get to see exactly how something like a motorcycle gets build. KTM PR and Product Managers Joachim Sauer and Thomas Kuttruf tell us how it is done in this 4:19 minute video filmed at the KTM Factory, located in Mattighofen, Austria.
2 de Abril de 2013
There is more in the world than just cars. Electric cars are increasingly being presented, but electricity is also coming to motorcycles, and KTM wants to be one of the pioneers. The Austrian company brought to the Tokyo Motorcycle Show the sport-oriented concept for “urban mobility”.
27 de Fevereiro de 2013
One of the biggest complaints about the KTM X-BOW was the lack of a screen to protect you against wind, bugs, rocks and other things that could hit you while driving on the road, but KTM will bring a new version of the open top sports car to the Geneva Motor Show called the X-BOW GT that will save you against all those hazards.
3 de Fevereiro de 2013
This is a little confusing. BMW sold Husqvarna, the Swedish born company, to Pierer Industries which is owned by Stefan Pierer, the current president of KTM. But Pierer is the majority shareholder of India's Bajaj Automotive, which owns a little over 47% of Cross Industries. And Cross Industries is the parent company of KTM.
20 de Novembro de 2012
The Austrian company keeps bringing competitive bikes in its segment for a while now and the 390 Duke is no exception, yet this will be a Indian built motorcycle. The work is the responsibility of the minority shareholder Bajaj.
17 de Novembro de 2012
This is the Kiska designed KTM superduke 1290 R that was unveiled at EICMA in Milan and is a pretty crazy looking motorcycle with an estimated 180hp and a custom made akrapovic exhaust.