Canadian off-roading experts Can-Am has now assembled a one-off Upland Game Vehicle for the devoted adventurers out there, with all proceeds of the sale going towards the South Dakota Habitat Fund.
Based on the company’s six-seater Defender Max, the UTV is decked out with all the hardware you’ll need for a trip to the great outdoors, starting with a roof rack up top extending the entire length of the vehicle to the power tilt bed around the rear, which carries a custom-built frame with enough room for a Yeti cooler and two kennels sitting above set of sliding drawers.
Power comes from a 976cc Rotax V-Twin capable of pushing out 82 horsepower and 69 pound-feet of torque, combining to produce a maximum towing capacity upwards of 2,500 pounds. The body has been powder coated, painted and vinyl wrapped specifically as a one-off design and completed with heavily treaded 32-inch tires.
For those interested in acquiring this one-off Can-Am, you can learn more about it over on the company’s website.
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