While the company is best known for its ultra-exclusive takes on already wildly-elite supercars, luxury SUVs, and grand tourers, Mansory decided to mix things up for 2020 via the introduction of a thoroughly-trick, up-specced Can-Am Maverick X3 christened the “Xerocole.”
Unveiled alongside 10 other bespoke Mansory vehicles that were all initially slated for a release at this year’s Geneva Motor Show prior to the show’s cancelation, the Xerocole takes the already potent UTV model — which has won its class at the Dakar Rally every year since 2017 — and treats it to a custom leather and Alcantara-laden interior and an aggressive-looking one-off set of bodywork made from forged carbon fiber that houses LED auxiliary lighting. Beneath its custom hood, the Can-Am’s stock Rotax-supplied blown tripe has also been massaged to squeeze an additional 27hp out of the mill, bringing its output up to a cool 222hp. Pricing has yet to be released on the carbon-clad side-by-side and it’s unclear if the parts that constitute the Xerocole will be offered as a la carte or as a kit, though this is definitely one off-road machine we’ll be keeping an eye out for.
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