THE BRP EXIT CONCEPT WINS DESIGN AWARD
September 27 2006.


The BRP EXIT concept, an innovative motorised recreational vehicle designed to provide the highest fun factor with the lowest amount of horsepower, has won a prestigious IDEA (Industrial Design Excellence Awards) 2006 Design Explorations Silver Award from the IDSA (Industrial Designers Society of America).
BRP, with its portfolio of motorised performance vehicles for on-and off water including Can-Am ATVs and Sea-Doo watercraft, conceptualised EXIT, a 4-wheel vehicle powered by a low horsepower Rotax 4-TEC engine. The skeleton is a minimalist steel centre beam known as Surrounding Spar Technology (S.S.T) frame, which is the same used on the Can-Am ATV range, providing strength and a lower centre of gravity for extra stability and better handling.
The BRP EXIT concept is in between that of a trail motorcycle and a BMX bicycle.  Its distinctive rear-entry platform creates a new kind of man machine interaction resulting in a new way of riding and 'working' the vehicle. It allows the rider to discover new tricks and continually improve his or her riding skills.
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