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2015 Can-Am Spyder First Look Photo Gallery

See spy photos of the 2015 Can-Am Spyder in the 2015 Can-Am Spyder First Look photo gallery. Read more in the 2015 Can-Am Spyder First Look article.

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Can-Am appears ready to reveal a completely redesigned version of its popular three-wheeled Spyder for the 2015 model year.
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The steeper pitch of the front hood leads up to a much wider, reshaped headlight array, which is flanked by auxiliary lights.
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The honeycombed radiator grill up front is a distinctive trait for the 2015 Can-Am Spyder prototype.
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This front-end styling of the 2015 Spyder prototype is a complete departure from any of the previous Spyder models, including the larger RT and the sportier R/RS Roadsters.
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The riding position on the Can-Am Spyder prototype appears to have changed substantially, with a more feet-forward stance.
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Badging on the instrument console confirms this Spyder prototype is indeed a BRP/Can-Am model, but where exactly it fits in the upcoming 2015 lineup is up for debate.
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A more compact exhaust than the current models (where the muffler extends almost to the end of the rear wheel) reveals a steel-tubed swingarm.
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The engine powering this prototype Spyder is most likely the aforementioned Rotax-built Inline Triple.
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Perhaps this Spyder is an all-new extension of the existing lineup
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Brembo brakes are visible on the front wheels.
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A more compact exhaust than the current models (where the muffler extends almost to the end of the rear wheel) reveals a steel-tubed swingarm.