Polaris Off Road is set to showcase the all-electric RANGER XP Kinetic at this year's Lamma on 17 and 18 January.

Richard Coleby, National Sales Manager at Polaris UK & Ireland said: “We’re really pleased to be going back to LAMMA next year; it enables us to continue building our strong relationship with the agricultural community, and for this show in particular, it’s great that we’re able to showcase our brand-new RANGER XP Kinetic; a vehicle that’s been highly anticipated by both new and existing customers and one that we’re really excited to exhibit here in the UK, especially as, for many customers, this will be the first time they will be able to see the vehicle in the flesh.”

The RANGER XP 1000 has a towing capacity of 1,134kg, 454kg cargo bed capacity, 33cm ground clearance, 27.9cm suspension travel on the front and rear, and on-demand four-wheel drive. Available in 3-seat and CREW models starting at £18,399 excluding VAT.

Meanwhile the vehicles have a few other options starting with the RANGER 570 which has a Prostar 570cc double-overhead-cam engine with 25.8cm ground clearance and a width of 144.5cm. There is also the RANGER 1000 features a ProStar 1000cc engine, 1,134kg towing capacity and a 454kg payload capacity.

Farmers looking for a diesel can buy a UTV with a three-cylinder Kubota diesel engine, 24.8 horsepower, 40.8 ft.lb of torque, 1,134kg towing capacity, 730kg payload capacity, on-demand all-wheel drive, electric power steering, and Active Descent Control.

The diesel deluxe model comes factory-fitted with an 8-vent in-cab heater, under-seat box for enhanced storage, and a noise reduction system. Whilst there is also the 'youth' option with the 150 EFI, industry's first youth vehicle with smart safety features, 22.7kg rear bed capacity.