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The new Segway Powersports ATV and UTV collection is set to rival industry giants Polaris and Can-Am with fully outfitted off-roaders. The lineup consists of Segwayโ€™s Snarler 570, Snarler 1000 ATV, Fugleman 570, Fugleman 1000 Utility UTV, and Villain 1000 Sport UTV. The Snarler (570AH, 570AF S, 570AF L, and 1000 AF) ATVs all use a 570cc to 1000cc engine that produces between 46 and 107 horsepower. Fugleman versions use a traditional petrol-powered engine and come as either a 570cc single-cylinder or a 1000cc twin-cylinder configuration. These ATVs can produce 107 horsepower and 72 lb-ft of torque. As a utility UTV, the Fugleman has a 558 kg payload capacity and a 1,300 kg towing capacity. The final offering, the Villain, has a 1000cc twin-cylinder engine that comes with a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor. A variant of the Villain is also offered as a petrol-powered engine, but the stats more closely resemble the Fugleman, coming in with 107 horsepower and 72 lb-ft of torque. Combined, the system produces 181 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. Both the Fugleman and the Villain use a dual A-arm front and rear suspension system. Each of the vehicles pairs with Segwayโ€™s smartphone app that lets you track performance, mileage, speed, and other stats, including the latest in safety applications.

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