There may be a new, more radical vehicle coming to the Pirelli World Challenge's GT-S class when racing gets underway early next year.  Reiter Engineering and KTM have announced details on their new, yet to be named GT4 racer which is based on the firm's popular X-Bow model and powered by the Volkswagen Group's award-winning 2.0TFSI engine.

Developed by the same minds behind the highly successful Lamborghini Gallardo GT3 racer, the KTM GT4 aims to take on competitors in the very competitive GT-S class in the Pirelli World Challenge as well as other series.  When the vehicle becomes approved, it will do battle against a field of cars such as the Porsche Cayman S, Aston Martin GT4, Ford Mustang Boss 302 and others.

Reiter Engineering claims that the vehicle will come with about 320hp from its 2.0T depending on rules, mated to a six-soeed Holinger gearbox with paddle shifting.  Weight has yet to be determined for the car but Reiter is quite confident in the package, stating that in terms of safety, performance and technology, the car will be "exceptionally good value for money."

Read more about the car, here.