2018 Polaris RZR XP Turbo Dynamix Edition

Aug 23, 2017

Category: Rides

The off-road vehicle industry is a difficult one to stay at the forefront of, but Polaris has managed to be at the top year-in and year-out. A part of that is because they aren’t afraid to innovate. Take, for instance, their newest technology: the world’s first and only intelligent suspension, which can be found in their 2018 RZR Turbo Dynamix Edition.

The tech is officially called RZR Dynamix Active Suspension and, let us tell you, it is impressive. The system uses a series of sensors to detect vehicle speed, orientation, steering wheel position, pedal position, and more. It calculates that data at a rate of 200 times per second and uses it to auto-adjust all of the vehicle’s shocks independently of one another. So whether you’re hauling ass over some whoop-de-dos, launching over a dune, or slamming on the brakes to avoid debris – the Dynamix will adjust accordingly to give you the best possible performance. And, as of right now, the system can only be found in the 168 horsepower 2018 Polaris RZR XP Turbo – starting at $25,999.

Purchase: $25,999+

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