Canada's Bombardier launched its three-wheeled Can-Am Spyder back in 2007 and has managed to keep motorcycle fans scratching their heads ever since. The Can-Am brand is sticking with the three-wheel Spyder formula, though, as evidenced by a new performance concept. That concept is the Can-Am F3 Turbo. As the name says, it's a turbocharged version of the current Spyder F3 model. Nestled between the front wheels and the rider is the same 1.3-liter three-cylinder Rotax engine used in the current production F3, but with added forced induction. The F3 Turbo produces 150 horsepower and 137...
First Can-Am Spyder Rolls Off The Line
One of the more interesting vehicles of 2007, the new Can-Am Spyder, has entered production and the first units have already rolled off their Canadian production line. The three-wheeler is manufactured by Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) and will officially go on sale across North America in...Kenneth Hall
Bombardier Launches The 2008 Can-Am Spyder
Canadian-based Bombardier has announced production of its 2008 Can-Am Spyder three-wheel all purpose vehicle. Touted as being part motorcycle, part snowmobile and part sports car, the Spyder should appeal to both car enthusiasts and motorcycle riders alike. The drivetrain consists of a small 990cc...Viknesh Vijayenthiran