Bombardier Produits Récréatifs - Ski-Doo design 1987-97
Ski-doo ZX platform advanced concept by Martin Aubé September 29th, 1996. (Felt markers, verithin/Berol prismacolor pencils, pastel, acrylic - Mix media on Bainbridge  illustration board - 20 x 30 in.)
Vues de profil des principales motoneiges Ski-Doo sur lesquelles j'ai travaillé comme designer industriel au sein de l'équipe de design Ski-Doo de Bombardier Produits Récréatifs (maintenant appelé Design & Innovation), de 1987 à 1997.

Side views of the main Ski-Doo snowmobiles I worked on as an industrial designer and  as a member of the Bombardier Recreational Products Ski-Doo industrial design team (now called Design & Innovation), from 1987 to 1997.
1986 Projet étudiant à L'Université de Montréal, École de design industriel. Stage avec Bombardier Produits Récréatifs. Tuteur Jean Labbé, Sam Y Lapointe et Luc Courchesne. Petite motoneige légère et économique. (Projet préliminaire au LCNGV: Low Cost New Generation Vehicle)
1987-1988 Projet étudiant à L'Université de Montréal, École de design industriel. Stage avec Bombardier Produits Récréatifs. Tuteur Sam Y Lapointe et Alain Dardenne. Motoneige à quatre (4) places
1987-1990, motoneige de production Safari (1990). Sam Y Lapointe et Martin Aubé
1988-1991, motoneige de production Mach 1 (1991). Sam Y Lapointe et Martin Aubé
1992-1994, motoneige de production S-2000  (1995). Denys Lapointe Jérôme Foy, Germain Cadotte et Martin Aubé
1994-1996, motoneige de production CK3  (1997). Denys Lapointe Jérôme Foy, Germain Cadotte et Martin Aubé
1997, motoneige concept Élite/ SIR. Martin Aubé
1996-1997, motoneige de production ZX  (1999). Denys Lapointe, Jérôme Foy, Christopher Volpe  et Martin Aubé. Surfaces classe A: François Couillard
Sketches 1987-1997
A decade of Ski-doo industrial design & sketches
Ski-Doo SAFARI 1990, Verithin pencil & marker rendering by Martin Aubé, circa 1988-1989
Design brief by design Director Sam Y Lapointe to me: This sled must be timeless, reduce the number of intakes, no gimmicks, clean hood and windshield.26 years later,I must say he was right!
Formula 1 rendering by Martin Aubé 13 avril 1989, Design by Sam Y Lapointe (Director) & Martin Aubé (Junior Industrial designer) Fernand Dandonneau did a great job as the lead model maker on this project. Master plug in wood & putty.
Formula 1991 in production
Concept ideation for  Ski-Doo's S-2000 platform, September 22nd, 1992
Advanced concept - Low drag sled - adjustable windshield, by Martin Aubé, 1994 ( 22 years ago from this publication date). (Felt markers, verithin/Berol prismacolor pencils, pastel, acrylic - Mix media on Bainbridge  illustration board - 20 x 10 in.)
A tribute to Sam Y Lapointe, Ski-Doo design pionnier, by Martin Aubé (Mix media)  July 28th, 1999. (Felt markers, verithin/Berol prismacolor pencils, pastel, acrylic - Mix media on Bainbridge  illustration board - 20 x 30 in.)
Ski-Doo push-pod design by Industrial designer Martin Aubé and layout by engineer Yves Berthiaume (July 1995). (Felt markers, verithin/Berol prismacolor pencils, pastel, acrylic - Mix media on Bainbridge  illustration board - 20 x 30 in.)
"Prelude to the ZX platform" 1993 rendering. I was speaking with a coworker (mecanician) and he suggested me to explore a concept where the driver would be sitting formard in the center of the sled, rather than on it's rear portion. I told him that I was going to illustrate that good idea.This rendering was showned in the ski-doo design studio above my desk for a long time. in 1997, the ZX platform was started.
Vision of an "improbable" V8 sled, July 1995.  (Felt markers, verithin/Berol prismacolor pencils, pastel, acrylic - Mix media on Bainbridge  illustration board - 20 x 30 in.) - Home work, never presented at the office...I had a picture of Raymond Loewy's  PRR S1 class steam locomotive (nicknamed "The Big Engine") on my drawing bord...
Mix media & marker stain...
Bombardier Produits Récréatifs - Ski-Doo design 1987-97
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Bombardier Produits Récréatifs - Ski-Doo design 1987-97

A decade of Ski-Doo industrial design & sketches by Martin Aubé
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