A new 10.25-inch touchscreen speedo for Spyder F3 and RT models
Last year, Can-Am, one of BRP’s brands, made its return to the world of motorized two-wheelers official with the announcement of two electric motorcycles: the Pulse and Origin. The announcement was no accident, coinciding as it did with the brand’s imminent fiftieth anniversary.
While construction of the factory has been launched and development of the prototypes continues, we’ll have to wait a little longer, as their launch is scheduled for 2024.
While awaiting a return to motorcycling, the Canadian manufacturer takes the opportunity to update its Spyder and Ryker range of inverted trikes.
The main evolution of this 2024 vintage concerns the Spyder family, which inherits a new 10.25-inch connected color touchscreen. The Spyder F3 and Spyder RT will benefit from Apple CarPlay.
At the same time, the various models adopt new finishes and livery. The Spyder F3 Limited Special Series gets 10-spoke wheels and a Cognac livery, while the F3 Limited inherits a Supersport grille with a more muscular design.
The Spyder F3-S, the “sportiest” version of the family, is now available with black paint, a red frame and black 10-spoke wheels. Finally, at the very top of the range, the Spyder RT Sea-to-Sky comes in a white livery with “mocha” wheels.
Ryker’s Rally range is not to be outdone, either, with the Ryker Rally changing its wheels for Hyper Silver rims to enhance its off-road look.
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