Rumors are boiling about a second generation REV platform from Ski-Doo. Not the just introduced RT (Mach-Z) chassis, but a massaged and rationalized REV being readied to keep the fast-closing competition at bay.
Clearly, there’s never been a more rapid and decisive response to an innovation as to the REV’s Rider Forward ergonomics. How long did it take for the market to universally embrace IFS, then A-frames, then long travel and then clean 2-strokes and then 4-strokes?
Rider Forward – pioneered by Ski-Doo in 2003 – has been countered by Polaris’s IQ, Arctic Cat’s M-Series and CrossFire and Yamaha’s Apex, Attak and Nytro. With this kind of push and shove in the marketplace Ski-Doo intends to stay on top and can’t afford to sit still.