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Quintrex unveils Rotax Outboard Engine


BRP has announced its fully redesigned Quintrex boats featuring the all-new Rotax Outboard Engine with Stealth Technology.

Disappearing under the boat, and engineered not to be seen or felt, this new engine technology is a game-changer.

The model year 2023 Quintrex lineups also stand out thanks to their seamless, holistic and daringly innovative design from bow to stern. The result is a truly integrated boat that frees up valuable space for boaters and their families, and that pushes the design to stunning new heights.

“Over the past 4 years, BRP has built an unparalleled value proposition for consumers in the market for a boat,” said Karim Donnez, President, Marine Group at BRP.

The Rotax Outboard Engine: Hidden, Quiet and Efficient BRP completely rethought, reimagined, and redesigned the engine for its boats. The new Rotax Outboard Engine with Stealth Technology is initially offered in 115 and 150 hp configurations. It delivers the same advantages of a traditional outboard engine — such as price, performance, handling, ease of maintenance, and full trim — with additional benefits: it’s hidden, it’s quiet and it’s efficient.

Partially submerged underwater, hidden under the boat, the engine is smooth and quiet at any speed. It doesn’t block the way at the stern and therefore frees up valuable space. The Rotax Outboard Engine is also efficient, allowing for up to 20% improved fuel efficiency compared to traditional outboard engines. What’s more, it is the cleanest combustion outboard engine in its class , with a 12% reduction in reportable emissions, and a 98% reduction in carbon monoxide at idle compared to leading outboard engine brands.

The new boats have been crafted for an optimal integration of the new Rotax Outboard Engine with Stealth Technology for an unrivalled experience that will wow boaters and their families, according to BRP.

The Quintrex Freestyler has been completely modernised to revolutionise the boating experience and appeal to a wider base of families in Australia.


Building on Quintrex’s rich reputation of quality and performance, BRP has designed the new Freestyler X models for those looking for a more recreational aluminum boat. All the functions and features boaters already know, love and expect are still offered, but with added comfort, a unique layout, high-end construction materials, refined interior treatments, and standout new colour schemes.

The new Freestyler X is offered in three configurations with the Rotax Outboard Engine: the 595 version is available with 150 hp, and the new 555 version with 115 hp or 150 hp.

The new Stealth Technology of the Rotax engine allows to drastically increase the usable space onboard, and enables the MAX Deck platform which unlocks exciting new possibilities to enjoy recreation activities at the stern.

Storage has been optimised throughout to make the entire onboard experience more convenient.

Australia’s favourite aluminum boat is poised to continue to be at the forefront of innovation and consumers’ expectations.

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