Posted by Andrew on March 4, 2011

Category: New bikes

After making its North American premiere at the International Motor Show in New York in January, Can-Am took the wraps off the Spyder Roadster Hybrid in Geneva, too. The Spyder is a three-wheeled motorcycle that utilizes a single drive wheel out back with two other wheels up front. The Concept is powered by a 998cc Rotax engine delivering 106hp and an electric motor. The company claims that the plug-in hybrid is 50% more fuel-efficient than the current Can-Am Spyder Roadster.

The Spyder Roadster Hybrid

The Spyder Roadster Hybrid

The Spyder Hybrid uses lithium-ion batteries which allow the rider to travel 375 miles with one tank of gasoline. BRP continues the development of the Hybrid.

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