The exhibition, which ran from 23rd – 25th April, showcased the very latest and best innovations for those with limited mobility or more profound impairments.
Quingo’s Managing Director Mark Nicholls said: “The REVAnueva Award is a contest for the most innovative product or service for the sector, and we’re all delighted to say that the Quingo Flyte has become the Expo’s outright winner.
“More than 150 exhibitors took part in this year’s REVA which has around 15,000 visitors looking for the latest products and services. These include those designed for a wide range of people. From young to old, from people with a limited disability to those with more profound impairments.
“The Quingo Flyte is just one of a range of Quingo 5 wheel scooters that offer customers enhanced stability, unequalled agility and full ergonomic posture control that gives the user greater comfort on journeys both long and short.”
The judging panel included prestigious names, such as the Belgian Health Minister Jo Vandeurzen and REVA association president Dirk De Vylder, as well as representatives from the Flemish Association of Industrial Design.
The award-winning scooter is a portable 5 wheel model specifically designed to give those with any kind of walking difficulty the opportunity to transport their scooter in the car with them, without the need to dismantle any components or do any heavy lifting.
Mark continued: “The Quingo Flyte is already enjoying great success in the UK; it is now available for the first time in several other EU nations including Holland, Germany, Spain, Sweden and now, of course, Belgium.
“With its lightweight docking station and ramps, the Flyte allows users to load and unload the scooter by remote in and out of most hatchbacks, estates, SUVs and 4x4s with ease – all in less than 60 seconds.
“Advanced Vehicle Concepts (who design and produce Quingo scooters) would like to congratulate their exclusive Belgium distributor, Mobiscoot and all its staff for their great success at the show and wish them all the best in future Expos.”