Washington, DC, September 2, 2009 – For 2010, BRP is expanding the availability of its award-winning iControl system, the world’s most advanced PWC technology, to the entire Sea-Doo GTX and RXT line-ups and to the WAKE PRO 215 model. The iControl system features the industry’s only on-water braking system, Intelligent Brake and Reverse (iBR).
According to Captain Mark Rizzo, chief of the U.S. Coast Guard Office of Auxiliary and Boating Safety, BRP earned the Boating Safety Innovation Award because: “The braking capability of this new design is not just an evolutionary improvement but a revolutionary improvement to the safety of these vessels”.

All Sea-Doo GTX, RXT and WAKE PRO 215 watercraft also offer BRP's exclusive S3 hull for 2010. Meanwhile, the 2010 GTX 215 iS model benefits from Intelligent Suspension (iS™), the world’s first and only on-water suspension system, also found on 2010 GTX Limited iS 260 and RXT iS 260 models.
iControl, iBR, iS and the S3 hull premiered to wide acclaimed last season when Sea-Doo watercraft earned international recognition, including: Watercraft of the Year, Red Dot Design Award, NNMA Innovation Award, Best of 2009, Best Power Yacht in the Middle East and Best New Product.
To build on its unmatched performance legacy for 2010, BRP boosts the power to 260 hp on its 2010 Sea-Doo GTX Limited iS 260, RXT iS 260 and RXT-X 260* models. With the best power to weight ratio of any watercraft, this power boost ensures the 2010 RXT-X 260 remains the quickest and fastest accelerating PWC on the water while delivering the best fuel economy in its class. Meanwhile, BRP introduces the all-new, customizable X-Steering with A.E.S. (Adjustable Ergonomic Steering) and performance-monitoring X-Gauge to its race-inspired 2010 RXT-X model. The Sea-Doo WAKE PRO 215 watercraft, the only PWC specifically designed for tow sports, makes every operator an expert with its exclusive new Ski Mode which delivers a perfect launch and cruise speed every time.