BRP recently earned a Good Design Award from the Japan Institute for Design Promotion for the company’s Sea-Doo Spark Trixx PWC.
Inspired by BMX bikes and extreme sports, the SPARK TRIXX stimulates the imagination of riders and impels them to perform a wide variety of stunts that were originally only accessible to pros. Learn more about it and see how it behaves on the water.
The Good Design Award jury was impressed by the lightweight and scratch-resistant Polytec material used in the PWC’s construction.
“The angled footwell wedges, adjustable handlebar, and comfortable grip contribute to a high-quality design that makes the user feel as if they are riding a bike on water,” said jury members
The Sea-Doo Spark Trixx was designed at BRP’s Centre Design & Innovation Laurent Beaudoin, located in the company’s hometown of Valcourt in Québec, Canada.
“This prestigious recognition proves convincingly that an affordable recreational product can have cutting-edge design and provide an amazing riding experience,” said Denys Lapointe, BRP’s senior vice-president of design, innovation and corporate image.
In June, the Sea-Doo Spark Trixx and three other BRP products, the Can-Am Maverick X3 and Can-Am Defender MAX side-by-side vehicles and the Evinrude E-TEC G2 150-200 HP outboard engine, won Good Design Australia awards.