KTM cars with highest power to weight ratio
Top 9 KTM cars with most powerful engines relative to vehicle weight. Updated September 2020.
Most accurate predictor of acceleration is power to weight ratio. The more power engine can produce and the less mass it has to accelerate, the quicker the acceleration.
For low speed acceleration and acceleration from standstill, traction also plays important role. Aerodynamic drag takes over as dominating factor at high speed.
Everything in between is where power to weight ratio matters the most. Mid-range acceleration is also important for track performance.
|#||make & model||Hp/tonne▼||Image|
|1.||2020 KTM X-Bow GTX||592|
|2.||2016 KTM X-BOW RR+||563|
|3.||2012 KTM X-BOW RR||444|
|4.||2009 KTM X-Bow 300 bhp||375|
|5.||2011 KTM X-Bow R||348|
|6.||2013 KTM X-Bow GT||332|
|7.||2013 KTM X-Bow Clubsport||294|
|8.||2009 KTM X-Bow SuperLight||286|
|9.||2008 KTM X-Bow||273|
All data sourced from manufacturer's official figures.
List authored by Christian Zelcs. Last updated on 09/19/2020, last addition - KTM X-Bow GTX.