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BRP’s Lynx brand of snowmobiles introduces new platform

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The company will expand its North American offering to include two Xterrain models for 2023, the RE and the Brutal. 


The Lynx family of full-size snowmobiles (CNW Group/BRP Inc.)

VALCOURT — The Lynx brand of BRP Inc. has introduced its Shredder deep snow models. Among the models is the Radien2 platform which gives users the option of operating the 2-stroke turbocharged engine.

The company will also offer the Xterrain RE and Xterrain Brutal cross over models in North America. In Europe, Lynx will introduce the Commander GLX 5900 model and bring in the new Rave youth snowmobiles as well.

The Lynx Radien2 platform allows Shredder models to lose as much as 35 lbs or 16 kg over the models they replace. The platform also brings 3440 lumen of LED headlights into play and a slimmer, compact hood and side panel profile.

“Our 2023 Lynx lineup is bursting with innovations that raise the performance for deep snow riders, giving them the power and connected experience they need to rule the backcountry,” said Pascal Vincent, Director, Global Product Strategy, Snowmobiles in a statement.

The Lynx Xterrain RE (CNW Group/BRP Inc.)

“Not only are the Shredder models equipped with the new Radien2 platform for optimal handling, they are also available with the brand-new Rotax 850 E-TEC Turbo R option, a first for Lynx snowmobiles.”

Riders choosing the new Shredder also have the option of adding a 10.25″ colour touch screen display which features Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity and over-the-air software updates.



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