Canadian energy sports company BRP has revealed a trio tram from its two brands, Can-Am and Sea-Doo. Can-Am is showing off a pair of motorcycles, and the Sea-Doo a hydrofoil jet. And all three are in production, though sadly the brands aren’t sharing many details and we’ll have to wait a little longer. But before diving into that, let’s take a look at these machines.
The Can-Am bike targets two different markets. One is called the Origin, and it’s a dual sport bike designed for both touring and off-road adventure. The other one is Pulse, just one road bike. Both feature sharp, beveled components and square LED headlights. It also features crescent-shaped green accents that seem to be required if you want to let the world know you have something that runs on electricity. We quite like the design of both bikes, as they look modern, sporty and unique without being too aggressive. The Origin’s light, classic look is also quite appealing. They are also powered by Rotax electric motors, 2 . level charging support and is a direct drive system, without using a gearshift transmission or CVT. But those are all the details Can-Am provides.
It’s the same situation with the Sea-Doo Rise, the jet plane. It has the same type color like a Can-Am bike, but with an extremely minimalist design. It also features a deployable hydrofoil, essentially a single-wing, but underwater. And it has the same effect, creating lift and propelling the board into the air. But if you just want to float on the water, it can be retracted.
All three products will be put into production. But they won’t be available until 2024. And the final specs won’t be revealed until next August. We’ll be eagerly looking forward to hearing details about these cars until then.