KTM AG (former: KTM Power Sports AG) has been listed on the Vienna stock exchange since December 2003 and forms the roof over the KTM Group. Alongside KTM-Sportmotorcycle AG, KTM AG encompasses KTM Technologies GmbH and KTM Immobilien GmbH, plus shareholdings in KTM Financial Services GmbH and Kiska GmbH.
Based in Mattighofen/Austria, KTM-Sportmotorcycle AG produces and develops race-ready offroad and street motorcycles, as well as ATVs. Subsidiaries of KTM-Sportmotorcycle AG include KTM-Racing AG, KTM Events & Travel Service AG and KTM Dealer & Financial Services GmbH. KTM products are distributed to around 1200 independent dealers worldwide via 21 sales subsidiaries and two joint-venture companies in Dubai and New Zealand.
As the world leader in the offroad competition segment, KTM began developing and producing street motorcycles in 1994 as well. The street product range is now being extended with new small-engined bikes, such as the KTM 125 Duke, developed in collaboration with Bajaj Auto Ltd. Since 1995, KTM-Sportmotorcycle AG has not only been developing and producing motorcycles under the "KTM" brand name, but also that of "HUSABERG" and, in 2008, the company took its first steps into the automobile sector with the X-Bow extreme sports car.
Racing has always been at the heart of the markets, as demonstrated impressively by more than 200 world championship titles. It provides the ideal environment for testing and refining the latest materials and technical developments under the toughest conditions. In accordance with the company philosophy "Ready to Race", insights gained in motorsport are fed directly back into series production.