BRP introduced the new Can-Am Spyder RT roadster in response to specific consumer demand for a touring platform, the company said in a statement. The 2010 Can-Am Spyder roadster lineup now includes the Spyder RS (roadster sport) and the Spyder RT (roadster touring) models.
According to BRP, the Can-Am Spyder RT roadster will be powered by a Rotax 991 engine with electronic throttle control optimized for touring. The RT features the same BOSCH-engineered vehicle stability system as found in the Spyder RS roadster, which includes anti-lock brakes, traction control and stability control systems.
The company also said they’re introducing an industry-first optional RT622 trailer package, providing an additional 622 liters of storage, designed specifically for the Spyder RT roadster and compatible with the vehicle’s stability system.
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