TGA will be unveiling the latest addition to its award-winning range at Naidex 2019 – the new Minimo Autofold.
The convenient Minimo range has been granting independence to customers like Frank Cougan and Charlie Sludden since 2013, with its compact and lightweight frame proving ideal for car boots, easy storage and transport accessibility such as planes thanks to its 11.5amp lithium battery.
The new Autofold incorporates all these renowned features and benefits, but with the added advantage of powered folding. Folding in seconds and achieved in one easy movement, this technological development provides maximum convenience – especially if you have limited mobility or reduced dexterity.
When riding the 4mph, Minimo Autofold users benefit from a feature-rich design that provides day long comfort for up to 15km on a single charge. A turning radius of only 820mm delivers the manoeuvrability to negotiate public transport and shops with ease, whilst the 60mm ground clearance and pneumatic tyres and four-wheel configuration provide off-road stability.
With a maximum user weight of 115kg (18 stone) the Minimo Autofold is also suitable for a wide variety of owners seeking a transportable lightweight solution.
On the back of national recognition for the likes of the award-winning WHILL Model C, the launch of the Minimo Autofold once again underlines TGA's reputation for innovative design.
"The success of our Minimo family is testament to the quality of TGA design,” TGA MD, Daniel Stone, says. “Our ethos for safety, innovative technology and advanced ergonomics have culminated in the new Minimo Autofold.
“Powered folding combined with lightweight handling means more people with restricted mobility can benefit from freedom further afield. The need for reliable, comfortable and transportable scooters continues to grow as individuals seek the opportunity to travel away from home.
“With the Minimo Autofold, TGA has once again raised the bar in terms of flexible, hassle-free independence."
See the Autofold for yourself! Find us at Naidex, NEC, 26-27 March, stand N11112 and on the TGA Mobility Test Track (N11113).