Can-Am’s unique off-roader is derived from a Dakar Rally vehicle, offering unparalleled utilitarian capabilities alongside 195 HP to power it through the toughest terrains. Mansory takes this one step further with its Xerocole, tuning the standard Rotax Ace 0.9-liter turbocharged three-cylinder to produce 222 HP.
Furthermore, Mansory adds a host of exposed carbon fiber components all around the UTV. A chunkier, sculpted roof equipped with mounted lights, new B-pillars, further side protection and a new hood all receive the carbon treatment. Inside the stripped-back cabin you’ll find leather and Alcantara sports seats with orange details, as well as a new steering wheel that’s also been covered in carbon fiber.
Completing the look is its Mansory-branded carbon fiber rear end, a set of quad tailpipes and a Mansory-branded suspension unit. The custom is expected to cost considerably more than the $29,599 USD starting price of Can-Am’s top-spec Maverick X3. Mansory was meant to debut the Xerocole at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show alongside many other models. Instead, you can take a look at the Xercole above and expect more details to come in the coming weeks.
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