FINAL SPRINT FOR THE WORLD OF "READY TO RACE":
We are counting down the days until our "KTM Motohall" opens its doors in May 2019. Just in time for the new season, Europe's leading motorcycle manufacturer will welcome KTM fans from all over the world to its unique experience destination in the center of KTM's hometown of Mattighofen. In keeping with the brand's philosophy, every aspect has been pushed to the max.
After four years of planning and construction, the new home of the KTM brand has a distinctive profile. In spring 2019, the doors of the KTM Motohall will be officially opened to visitors and employees. The building is located in the heart of the town, just a stone's throw away from the where the company was founded, and has an innovative design that perfectly represents the unmistakably modern and radical KTM philosophy. A striking metal construction in the form of a tire track pattern is the architectural highlight of the impressive building and symbolizes the dynamic performance of the company from Innviertel that is well-known around the world today.
The KTM Motohall has over 100 "READY TO RACE" exhibits, but it is much more than just a traditional motorcycle museum. As well as recounting the impressive history of how the company became a solid foundation for the two-wheeled culture in the entire region, the KTM Motohall also provides an exciting insight into the present. As a place of pilgrimage for fans of the fastest of all brands, the KTM Motohall will be a memorable experience for every visitor.
The spectacular exhibition center was created by a team of architects from Upper Austria, consisting of Hofbauer:Architect working in close collaboration with "X-Architekten". What's more, the renowned Atelier Brückner was also brought on board to work on the design as a whole. The experts from Stuttgart have brought a total of 2600 square meters to life with exhibits, installations, video technology, and racetracks. Interactivity is a core concept of the KTM Motohall.
The main focus of the final phase of the construction work is currently on the restaurant and bar, the large Innovation Lab, the events venue with capacity for 400 people, a spacious shop, workshops, the three-story underground parking garage, and a large motorcycle parking area.
The opening weekend of the KTM Motohall will finally arrive on May 11 and 12, which will bring a new sense of energy and vitality to Mattighofen.
More information can be found online at www.ktm-motohall.com.