Polaris has taken its most aggressive side-by-side model and added two more seats, revealing the new RZR XP 4 Turbo S.
Just like the standard Turbo S, the RZR XP 4 is 72-inches wide, uses DYNAMIX active suspension and comes equipped with 32-inch tires as standard. To make sure the platform can support the extra weight, Polaris says that is reinforced the chassis and used larger axles on the XP 4. The wheelbase has been stretched to 117-inches and even the control arms, trailing arm, and cage have been made stronger on the XP 4 model.
The looks have been slightly modified thank to a low-profile cage, aluminum roof and premium painted panels with LED lighting.
Ground clearance sits at 16 inches while wheel travel is an impressive 25 inches. Power from the XP 4 Turbo S remains the same as the standard model, which means drivers have 168 hp to play with.
The power steering assist has been boosted by 25 percent to help deal with the new weight and the throttle mapping offers a more aggressive gas pedal to give he driver access to more power faster. A redesigned clutch box has also been added, increasing air flow and keeping temperatures down.
Inside, four-point harnesses are standard along with a flat-bottom SPARCO steering wheel. A seven-inch touchscreen is include in the center stack running Polaris’ Ride Command setup.
The new Polaris RZR XP 4 Turbo S will be available in dealerships as early as mid-September and will sell for a base price of $30,499 USD and $36,999 CAD.