Polaris Industries, the leading manufacturer of off-road vehicles, recently announced the release of the 2015 RZR® XP 1000 Calavera Limited Edition, specific for international markets.
The Spanish word “Calavera” translates to “Skull” in English a fitting name for the limited edition RZR XP 1000 with its orange, white and black extreme custom graphics package complete with a skull theme inspired by the cultural events of the Latin American holiday, Day of the Dead.
For international consumers looking to stand apart, the limited edition Calavera has been built solely for markets outside of USA. Only 206 examples will be built with each being individually numbered 1-206, 206 representing the amount of bones in the human body.
The Calavera Limited Edition offers thousands of dollars of add-ons for incredible visual appeal and enhanced driver comfort. Along with the graphics package customers receive, an orange madness cab frame, control arms, trailing arms and front bumper, orange beadlock rings with 30″ mongrel tyres and HEXLR black forged wheels, white rock sliders, full aluminium doors and white aluminium roof.
The Calavera also boasts the tried and proven RZR XP 1000 features including the Polaris Prostar 1000cc engine which punches out a mind-boggling 110hp, electronic power steering, Walker Evans adjustable Needle Shocks and a new high flow clutch intake system which provides twice the airflow and decreases belt temperature by up to 50 degrees.
“Earlier this year we launched the RZR XP 1000 in Australia and New Zealand and over the course of this year we have amassed over 200 sales of this incredible high performance machine. Customers continue to make the switch to the RZR XP 1000 and are enjoying the ultimate combination of power, suspension, agility and comfort” said Perry Morison – Country Manager Polaris Industries Australia.
“With the introduction of the Calavera, Polaris continues to show its lead in design and innovation and has made a RZR that is built to battle the world’s most unforgiving terrains all the while doing it in a unique and individual style. With only 206 Calavera’s being built for global markets outside of USA we look forward to getting our hands on a few for what will no doubt be a highly sought after model by our Australian customers” continued Morison.
The Calavera will be available in Australia early next year with pricing and stock to be confirmed in the coming months.
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