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.
- Can-Am and Akrapovic have teamed up to offer a Sport Touring 3C Silencer exhaust as an accessory.
- A big topcase is part of the Spyder RT's 41 gallons of storage space.
- Can-Am gave its 2014 Spyder RT a serious makeover, giving it a new engine, transmission, chassis, cooling system and ECO assist mode.
- The 2014 Spyder RT features a redesigned front fascia for better airflow around the face and better aerodynamics.
- No detail has been spared on the 2014 Spyder RT, down to its sharp-looking wheels.
- The 2014 Can-Am Spyder RT is primed to take you to exotic places.
- Rows of 2014 Can-Am Spyders are lined up and ready to ride during the vehicle's introduction to the press in Orlando.
- The new Rotax ACE 1330cc Inline Triple puts out 40% more low-end torque according to the dyno chart provided by Can-Am.
- Michael Tissier, Lead Spyder Engineer, talks about the new engine and the changes to the Spyder RT chassis to accommodate the wider Inline Triple.
- 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 RT now has a removable rider backrest available as an accessory.
- 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.
- 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.
- The Spyder's new six-speed transmission with electronic clutch control has a long-ratio sixth gear.
- Foremost among the revisions to the 2014 Spyder RT is its new Rotax Inline Triple ACE engine.