There are a lot of new, innovative car designs to be unveiled at next week's Geneva Motor Show, but none of them will look - or perform - like KTM's new X-Bow GT. The power and speed of the X-Bow is well-known, but this low-profile and low-frills speedster has been given a more practical makeover thanks to the addition of a wrap-around windscreen and side windows, making drives off the race course more of a realistic (and bug-free) possibility. In case dicey weather does hit, this KTM can heat its windows and you may even ask for a single wiper with a wash-system to be added to your X-Bow, which is a level of "luxury" that many of us already take for granted on our vehicles, but is certainly a big leap for this sports car. Full specs and pricing details haven't been released along with these preview shots, but we do know that the GT will see a slightly detuned version of the 2.0 liter Audi-sourced engine with 285 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque. We'll also hopefully find out next week if the X-Bow will be making a trip to the U.S., but we can also expect this type of information to be revealed next week.