The front view of the canam front end shows the axle going through the lower shock bolt. These artist sketches are just sketches. It’ll be interesting to see if they pursue any of these hardware-wise.It still looks like rear steer. What I find strange is how the spindle upright and upper a-arm ball joint position is on top of the tire. The lower shock mount looks to be a better design vs the Polaris that used the forked shock eyelet, but they are doing the same thing with running the axle between the mounts and shock. This must have been the way around a Speed Patent as both Can Am and Polaris are doing it that way? Not sure why the shocks are so laid inward when they have the room to stand them up?
The rear seems to have all kinds of stuff going on there. It looks as if they moved the 3rd radius rod up to the top of the rear hub assembly. Then it looks as if they are doing a tow link similar to Polaris but farther in between the trailing arm and chassis. The swaybar looks to come off the rear and swing forward. The engine in the drawing looks to be a triple cylinder with CVT, but that could just be a drawing placement as these patents pertain to suspension. It will be interesting to see if any or all of this ends up in a new X3?