BRP Inc distributes, manufactures and develops snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, marine propulsion systems and other recreational vehicles. It also manufactures engines for motorcycles, kart and aircraft.
Through a network of 4,200 dealers, the company represents eight brands in around 120 countries across the globe.
Its portfolio of brands and products include Sea-Doo watercraft; Rotax engines for karts, motorcycles, recreational aircraft; Evinrude and Rotax marine propulsion systems; Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles; Can-Am on- and off-road vehicles; Alumacraft, Manitou and Stacer boats.
BRP Inc also provides accessories and clothing products to enhance the customer experience.
Sea-Doo watercraft: The company manufactures personal watercraft and boats under the brand Sea-Doo. Fish Pro, GTX LIMITED, GTI, SPARK, etc. are some of the watercraft models.
Rotax engines- BRP-Rotax, a subsidiary of BRP Inc, manufactures and develops high-tech engines for powersports vehicles, including Sea-Doo watercraft, snowmobiles, motorcycles, etc.
Ski-Doo snowmobiles: It includes a range of snowmobiles for deep snow and rugged terrains.
Can-Am on- and off-road vehicles: The company provides all-terrain vehicles and side-by-side vehicles under Can-Am on-road and off-road segment.
Headquartered in Quebec, the company was incorporated on May 1, 2003, under the name, J.A.B Inc.
In 2013, the company changed its name to BRP Inc.
The Canadian manufacturer operates through 11 facilities in Canada, Austria, Mexico, Finland and the United States.
The company's origin dates back to 1942, when Joseph-Armand Bombardier founded a snowmobile company, L’Auto-Neige Bombardier Limitée.
In 1970, the company acquired Rotax-Werk, an Austrian engine maker.
In 1998, Bombardier Inc entered the ATV market and acquired Evinrude and Johnson brands in 2001.
Bombardier sold its recreational products division in 2003, followed by the official launch of BRP Inc.
The watercraft manufacturer claims to have won 75 awards across the globe.
Through the advanced technology centre, the firm develops the latest technology for motorized recreational vehicles. The centre is a joint partnership between BRP and Sherbrooke University.