Two new vehicles to launch at the 2019 Brotherwood WAV Weekend

This June, the UK’s leading exhibition dedicated to wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAV) will return to the Haynes International Motor Museum. Two new WAV conversions will be unveiled at the event.

Credit: Brotherwood Automobility Limited

Returning for it’s fifth year, the 2019 WAV Weekend will be hosted by special purpose vehicle convertors Brotherwood. The company will be showing their market-leading range of wheelchair passenger cars.


Taking place at the Haynes International Motor Museum in Somerset from 6–8 June, the show will feature over 25 quality wheelchair accessible vehicles.

There will be opportunities to discuss individual needs with Brotherwood’s expert mobility advisors, along with the chance to test drive the vehicles.

Visitors will be the first to see two new WAV conversions which will be unveiled at the exclusive event.


The first will be a luxury adaptation of the Brotherwood Klastar Mercedes-Benz V-Class. The car has been developed in partnership with Mercedes-Approved bespoke coachbuilder Senzati.

Credit: Brotherwood Automobility Limited

The second unveiling will be a preview of an all-new concept vehicles which promises to meet the demands of a range of drivers. The vehicle offers optimal comfort, space and visibility for the wheelchair user.

Guests will be able to provide their feedback on the concept vehicle as it enters its final stages of the development process, shaping the vehicle to suit the needs of today’s WAV users.


After learning about the WAVs on offer at the show, visitors can make a day out of it with a tour of the Haynes collection. Museum entry is included for all visitors who RSVP.

The museum is home to over 400 unique and historical motor cars and cycles along with the Haynes Cafe 750 which enjoys panoramic views across Somerset’s Camelot Hill.

For more information on this exclusive event, contact Brotherwood on 01935 872603, or visit

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