KTM X-Bow GT4
Hans Reiter, proprietor of Reiter Engineering explains further: “In the first stage we homologate the new racing car for both the SRO GT4 and the Pirelli World Challenge GT-S classes! The new KTM racing car will generate approximately 320 HP with the well-known 2.0 liter TFSI engine, which is coupled with a sequential six-speed gearbox from Holinger, naturally with paddle shift. In addition there is also a racing ABS system. When it comes to the weight we are orienting ourselves on the current SRO GT4 practice. Ultimately however we have to wait to see how much balance weight and horsepower the SRO and the Pirelli World Challenge assigns us as part of the ‘Balance of Performance’.”
Reiter Lamborghini Gallardo GT3 R-EX
The rear of the Reiter Gallardo EXTENSO is significantly wider. The rear aluminium side panels are replaced by new carbon fibre rear quarter panels. At the same time, the rear axle track width is increased by a whopping 13 cm using new wishbones. As a result, the maximum permissible car width of 205 cm is achieved and thus ensures significantly better handling. An improved torque curve is achieved by using race camshafts. Simultaneously, the new Mahle pistons reduce fuel consumption and increase the reliability. New front headlights, the rear lights and the considerably wider carbon rear give the Gallardo an aggressive appearance, which resembles the Reiter Murciélago R-SV GT1.
SaReNi Camaro GT3
Reiter Engineering is offering the newly designed Camaro GT. The US car will make an impression on racing tracks all around the world with its 800 Nm from up to 650 HP. The power is transmitted to the rear tyres from a 7.9 litre eight-cylinder (V8) by a newly designed HOLINGER gear box. The HOLINGER speed shift system with paddle shift on the steering wheel is extremely light, weighing only 37 kg, shifts gears very fast and is designed for high torque. The US engine developer KATECH received clear specifications: close-to-production, low cost, service performance of 10,000 km and maximum power.