Mattighofen is a town in the district of Braunau am Inn , part of the Innviertel region, in the Austrian state of Upper Austria. Initially Mattighofen belonged to the stem duchy of Bavaria , that became a part of Francia. In a Kaiserpfalz palace of the ruling Carolingian dynasty was documented here. It was acquired by the House of Wittelsbach in the 16th century and affected by the War of the Bavarian Succession after which it passed to the Archduchy of Austria according to the Treaty of Teschen. Mattighofen received town privileges in Mattighofen is the headquarters of the KTM brand, which produces Automobiles, Motorcycles and bicycles.
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It was formed in but traces its foundation to as early as KTM is known for its off-road motorcycles enduro, motocross and supermoto. Since the late s, it has expanded into street motorcycle production and developing sports cars — namely the X-Bow. In , KTM sold almost as many street as off-road bikes. Since , KTM has been the largest motorcycle manufacturer in Europe for four consecutive years. In , an Austrian engineer Johann Hans Trunkenpolz  set up a fitter's and car repair shop  in Mattighofen.
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