G1 – BRP expands its range of tricycles with the sporty F3

The 1,330 cc 3-cylinder engine produces 115 horsepower.
The model has a “muscular” look inspired by naked motorcycles.

BRP Can-Am Spyder F3 (Photo: Disclosure)

The Canadian BRP continues to expand its range of sports tricycles with the presentation of the new F3. Following the introduction of the 3-cylinder engine in the Spyder RT in 2013, the company launched a sportier and “muscular” variant of the vehicle in North America, which starts at US$20,999.

Also equipped with a 1,330 cc 3-cylinder engine, capable of generating 115 horsepower at 7,250 rpm and 13.26 kgfm of torque at 5,000 rpm, with the option to choose between manual or semi-automatic transmission. automatic, including reverse in both.

Compared to motorcycles, the F3 follows the naked style, being the first Spyder to leave the engine exposed. Another novelty is the possibility of adjusting the positioning of the handlebars and pedals, thus giving the user the possibility of finding the profile that suits them best.

According to the manufacturer, the Spyder F3’s stability system is inspired by cars and works in conjunction with traction control and ABS brakes. Although still evolving in Brazil, the tricycle segment is widely accepted in North America and Polaris launched the Slingshot in the United States in July.

BRP Can-Am Spyder F3 (Photo: Disclosure)BRP Can-Am Spyder F3 (Photo: Disclosure)
BRP Can-Am Spyder F3 (Photo: Disclosure)BRP Can-Am Spyder F3 (Photo: Disclosure)

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