More than 30 cars will be produced by Reiter Engineering until the start of the 2016 race season.
The expectations of Reiter Engineering about the selling numbers of its new KTM X-Bow GT4 were exceeded by far. In the beginning of 2015 a batch of 10 cars to build was planned for customer teams. The first Chassis could be delivered in spring and summer 2015 to European based customers and drove to success immediately.
ZaWotec won in their first GT4 European Series season the AM Cup drivers Championship and were vice-champion in PRO Cup team standings. RTR Projects drove to a class podium at the final round of the 24h series at the 12h of Brno.
In September 2015, Reiter Engineering sent the first chassis to their partner Ansa Motorsports in the USA for first test races in the national FARA championship. Three victories in sprint and endurance races gave a boost to the interest for the KTM X-Bow GT4 in North America. With Mantella Autosport, a new partner could be found for Canada in December 2015. They have already ordered 3 new cars. Thanks to the well-established and highly motivated team at the Reiter Engineering headquarter in Kirchanschoering, the production for the KTM X-Bow GT4 could be extended to a much higher level, to secure a delivery of all customer cars in time for the start of the race season 2016. Until the end of 2015, Reiter Engineering could produce a total of 19 KTM X-Bow GT4 race cars. Further 12 chassis are planned until spring 2016. Next season, customer teams plan to enter for example the GT4 European Series, the Pirelli World Challenge, the 24h series or eventually the VLN.
Source: Reiter Engineering