The Cam-Am Spyder roadster is a three-wheeler vehicle which has generated massive interest since being unveiled earlier this year. The Cam-Am Spyder is not a motorcycle, but is also not a convertible sports car. When what is it you will ask. Well is something between them! It will be delivered to dealerships across North America next month with International markets to take delivery at the beginning of 2008.

A three-wheel vehicle (two in the front, one in the rear), the Spyder roadster offers the performance of a traditional motorcycle with much of the peace-of-mind of a convertible sports car. It is powered by a Rotax® 990 V-Twin engine, produced by BRP Rotax, the company’s Austrian division and a world leader in engine development.

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"This is a very important day in the history of BRP," said José Boisjoli, president and CEO, BRP. "Our employees around the world have a lot to be proud of as we bring to the market a product that is a true paradigm shift, a completely new and unique vehicle, one that will redefine the roadster category. The Can-Am Spyder roadster is yet another testimony of BRP’s passion for innovation and for the powersports industry," he added.

The February 2007 launch was followed by a targeted marketing campaign in both North America and Europe, which gave potential clients the opportunity to ride the new roadster.

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"Since its official unveiling, the Spyder roadster has been a hot topic among powersports enthusiasts, open-road newcomers and media alike the world over. To date, more than 20,000 consumers have tried the Can-Am Spyder roadster in 11 American states, four Canadian provinces and eight European countries," concluded Boisjoli.

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