BraunAbility introduces its newest conversion: a wheelchair accessible SUV built on the Chevrolet Traverse, featuring a large amount of interior cabin space.
Winner of the 2020 Mobility Product Award, the BraunAbility SUV built on the Chevrolet Traverse has an extra-wide ramp and doorway to accommodate even large power wheelchairs, according to the company in a media release.
“BraunAbility is proud to lead the industry in mobility innovation, inspired by our end users. The result is the most spacious wheelchair accessible SUV ever. Our engineers brought to life what for so long had been a dream to independent wheelchair users – the ability to own an accessible vehicle without sacrificing their personal identity.”
— Staci Kroon, BraunAbility CEO
List of Features
BraunAbility’s conversion on the Chevrolet Traverse is built using state-of-the-art technology, providing maximum comfort features including:
- Transfer seat capabilities that allow users to drive from their wheelchair or the driver’s seat
- Heavy-duty ramp and doorway that accommodates even the largest power chairs
- Lighted ramp for easy navigating in the dark
- Spacious cabin for effortless maneuvering
- Room for three third-row passengers to be seated comfortably, with room for up to seven passengers total
- Step-and-roll seats that can easily be removed for flexibility, fitting up to four wheelchairs (seating options may vary depending on available payload)
BraunAbility’s newest conversion is not only built for wheelchair users, its design was reviewed and refined by wheelchair users, the release continues. The Driving Force, BraunAbility’s online survey community of people who use wheelchairs, and their caregivers, were enlisted to ensure ease-of-use and accessibility in the Chevrolet Traverse design.
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