Press releases - BRP World

  • BRP TO INTRODUCE ELECTRIC MODELS FOR EACH OF ITS PRODUCT LINES BY THE END OF 2026

    BRP TO INTRODUCE ELECTRIC MODELS FOR EACH OF ITS PRODUCT LINES BY THE END OF 2026


    BRP to invest $300 million over the next five years to electrify its existing product lines by the end of 2026.
    • BRP to invest $300 million over the next five years to electrify its existing product lines by the end of 2026.
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  • BRP Introduces Lynx Snowmobiles to North America

    BRP Introduces Lynx Snowmobiles to North America


    BRP Aims to Build a New Breed of Nordic-Style Riders Willing to Take On the Unknown

    Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, February 17, 2021 – BRP (TSX: DOO; NASDAQ: DOOO) is now exporting Lynx snowmobiles, its best-selling European snowmobile brand, to North America. The move marks the first time in decades that a new sled brand has been introduced to the region, and it brings with it an entirely new Nordic riding style – something that many advanced riders have been craving for years.

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  • New Ski-Doo Model Lineup

    New Ski-Doo Model Lineup


    Maximize Your Wintertime Fun with the New Ski-Doo Model Lineup that Focuses on Awesome Handling, Power, and Agility

    Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, February 17, 2021 – BRP (TSX: DOO; NASDAQ: DOOO) designs its Ski-Doo Snowmobiles to deliver experiences that defy expectations – continually pushing innovation to enhance the riding experience. That continues for the 2022 model lineup, which includes the introduction of Smart-Shox, an industry first semi-active suspension system1 for new levels of handling and comfort, as well as two new Rotax 4-stroke turbo engine options, one of which being the most powerful ever offered in a Ski-Doo.

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  • All-New 2021 Can-Am Commander

    All-New 2021 Can-Am Commander


    The Ultimate Off-Road Vehicle You've Been Waiting for. Built for Those Who Play Hard and Work Hard

    Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, February 17, 2021 – BRP (TSX: DOO; NASDAQ: DOOO) first entered the side-by-side vehicle category in 2010 with the launch of the Can-Am Commander. Ten years and an incredible number of awards, accolades, and podiums later, the brand is firmly entrenched as a global leader in the off-road vehicle space. And new for 2021, Can-Am is going back to its roots with a completely redesigned Can-Am Commander, built from the rider down to be the ultimate in versatility for those who play hard and work hard.

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  • Can-Am is kicking off 2021 with Dakar After a Record-Breaking Racing Year in 2020

    Can-Am is kicking off 2021 with Dakar After a Record-Breaking Racing Year in 2020



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  • Can-Am Off-Road Maverick X3 Wins the Dakar Rally for an Unprecedented Fourth Consecutive Year Amidst More Competition

    Can-Am Off-Road Maverick X3 Wins the Dakar Rally for an Unprecedented Fourth Consecutive Year Amidst More Competition



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  • All-New 2021 Can-Am Commander

    All-New 2021 Can-Am Commander


    The Ultimate Off-Road Vehicle You've Been Waiting for. Built for Those Who Play Hard and Work Hard

    Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, February 17, 2021 – BRP (TSX: DOO; NASDAQ: DOOO) first entered the side-by-side vehicle category in 2010 with the launch of the Can-Am Commander. Ten years and an incredible number of awards, accolades, and podiums later, the brand is firmly entrenched as a global leader in the off-road vehicle space. And new for 2021, Can-Am is going back to its roots with a completely redesigned Can-Am Commander, built from the rider down to be the ultimate in versatility for those who play hard and work hard.

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  • New Ski-Doo Model Lineup

    New Ski-Doo Model Lineup


    Maximize Your Wintertime Fun with the New Ski-Doo Model Lineup that Focuses on Awesome Handling, Power, and Agility

    Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, February 17, 2021 – BRP (TSX: DOO; NASDAQ: DOOO) designs its Ski-Doo Snowmobiles to deliver experiences that defy expectations – continually pushing innovation to enhance the riding experience. That continues for the 2022 model lineup, which includes the introduction of Smart-Shox, an industry first semi-active suspension system1 for new levels of handling and comfort, as well as two new Rotax 4-stroke turbo engine options, one of which being the most powerful ever offered in a Ski-Doo.

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  • BRP Introduces Lynx Snowmobiles to North America

    BRP Introduces Lynx Snowmobiles to North America


    BRP Aims to Build a New Breed of Nordic-Style Riders Willing to Take On the Unknown

    Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, February 17, 2021 – BRP (TSX: DOO; NASDAQ: DOOO) is now exporting Lynx snowmobiles, its best-selling European snowmobile brand, to North America. The move marks the first time in decades that a new sled brand has been introduced to the region, and it brings with it an entirely new Nordic riding style – something that many advanced riders have been craving for years.

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  • BRP TO INTRODUCE ELECTRIC MODELS FOR EACH OF ITS PRODUCT LINES BY THE END OF 2026

    BRP TO INTRODUCE ELECTRIC MODELS FOR EACH OF ITS PRODUCT LINES BY THE END OF 2026


    BRP to invest $300 million over the next five years to electrify its existing product lines by the end of 2026.
    • BRP to invest $300 million over the next five years to electrify its existing product lines by the end of 2026.
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  • CAN-AM UNVEILS 2022 LINEUP OF ATV AND SIDE-BY-SIDE VEHICLES

    CAN-AM UNVEILS 2022 LINEUP OF ATV AND SIDE-BY-SIDE VEHICLES


    THE CONTINUED PURSUIT OF OFF-ROAD AWESOMENESS

    Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, August 11, 2021 – BRP (TSX: DOO; NASDAQ: DOOO) maintains a constant focus on improving the rider experience across its entire lineup of powersports vehicles. Can-Am Off-Road is a shining example of that, and the results speak for themselves – continuously sweeping podiums at the most grueling races across the globe, helping to drive massive industry growth and attract new riders, and introducing new and improved vehicles to get the job done, no matter the task or adventure at hand.

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