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2014 Can-Am Spyder RT First Look Photo Gallery
Can-Am gave its 2014 Spyder RT a serious makeover, giving it a new engine, transmission, chassis, cooling system and ECO assist mode.
Can-Am made major revisions to its top-shelf touring model, swapping out its V-Twin for a new Inline Triple, building a new six-speed gearbox, adding an ECO mode and tweeking its chassis.
Rows of 2014 Can-Am Spyders are lined up and ready to ride during the vehicle's introduction to the press in Orlando.
Foremost among the revisions to the 2014 Spyder RT is its new Rotax Inline Triple ACE engine.
The 2014 Can-Am Spyder RT is primed to take you to exotic places.
The 2014 Spyder RT features a redesigned front fascia for better airflow around the face and better aerodynamics.
Michael Tissier, Lead Spyder Engineer, talks about the new engine and the changes to the Spyder RT chassis to accommodate the wider Inline Triple.
The new Rotax ACE 1330cc Inline Triple puts out 40% more low-end torque according to the dyno chart provided by Can-Am.
No detail has been spared on the 2014 Spyder RT, down to its sharp-looking wheels.
The other big news with the '14 Spyder RT is the addition of a new six-speed gearbox, available in both manual and semi-automatic forms.
Can-Am and Akrapovic have teamed up to offer a Sport Touring 3C Silencer exhaust as an accessory.
Can-Am peeled the bodywork off of one of its 2014 Spyder RT's to give us a look at its new transmission and engine.
The Spyder's new six-speed transmission with electronic clutch control has a long-ratio sixth gear.
A big topcase is part of the Spyder RT's 41 gallons of storage space.
The Spyder RT now has a removable rider backrest available as an accessory.
Prices of the 2014 Spyder RT range from the 2014 RT with an SM6 (manual transmission) at $22,999 to the premier 2014 Spyder RT Limited with the SE6 (semi-automatic transmission) for $30,499.
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