Hoonigan Goes Full Send in Long Beach With Polaris RZR Pro R Jump Cuts Video

Polaris has yet to introduce the RZR Pro R side-by-side, but the cat is out of the bag thanks to their collaboration with Hoonigan. Instead of this being a leak like we saw with the new Range Rover two days ago, they set up a new series, called Jump Cuts, which is a send-off to the Long Beach location.
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Photo: Screenshot from YouTube video by Hoonigan
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With all the necessary permits in check, Hoonigan got RJ Anderson to jump the new Polaris RZR Pro R over a highway ramp, but also over other obstacles in their latest video. This is in the style of the Gymkhana series, but it is focused on Long Beach culture and showcases some of the area's most known sights.

The new Polaris RZR Pro R will be officially revealed on November 9, 2021, so we will know its full specs by then. Until that moment though, we cannot help but notice that the front suspension has a new design, which involves mounting the shocks to the lower A-arms.

The latter is not an industry-first, but it should bring increased wheel travel for the suspension. The rear suspension comes with trailing arms, and they also get integrated mud flaps, which is a nice addition.

Mind you, not all that you see on the Polaris RZR Pro R in the video is standard fitment. We are not thinking just about the wheels and tires here. However, there is a strong possibility that the side-by-side is running its stock motor. It is worth mentioning that the vehicle has been customized by RJ Anderson's RJ37 workshop.

Returning to the video, all the stunts you see have been coordinated by Eliza Coleman, and the roads have been closed and secured to allow for the video to be filmed safely. Brian Scotto and Teague Fleury were in charge of directing and cinematography, and you can observe that they did an excellent job. With that being written, go ahead and enjoy Jump Cuts by Hoonigan.

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