polaris has unveiled a four-seat edition of its RZR XP turbo S — a significant upgrade to its nastiest and most aggressive model. the machine is the first-ever four-seat off-road monster to boast a 72-inch stance, 32-inch standard tires, dynamix active suspension and 16-inch ground clearance for adventure addicts. the RZR XP 4 turbo S also features a highly evolved cockpit and an improved driving position that allows drivers to comfortably command it through virtually everything in its path.
‘the launch of the turbo S platform was met with overwhelming excitement from our consumers, we knew the next step was to make it available in a four-seat model,’ said chris musso, president of off-road vehicles, polaris. ‘as a result, we effectively raised the bar again, setting the standard in 72-inch side-by-side performance.’
from the outside, the machine gives off a predatory low profile, with an aluminum roof and premium painted panels featuring LED lighting packages. internally, the cockpit boasts a four-point harness, premium flat-bottom SPARCO steering wheel, and an all-new digital instrument display cluster with seven-inch ride command glove-touch display on the center dash.
available in indy red and polaris blue, the 168-horsepower cruiser will be available in mid-september at a base price of $30,499 USD. drivers will enjoy putting all 168 horses to use, tearing through terrain that would shred any other machine.
nina azzarello I designboom
sep 16, 2018