The star of last year's Mobility Roadshow, Trekinetic's K2 monocoque wheelchair now comes with a steering and braking system for those with a need for speed.
Nirvana Motorhomes were showing the latest, wheelchair accessible luxury Winnebago. The 39ft monster is fitted with hand controls, has all mod cons and requires an HGV licence to drive it.
Fry's Caravans brought along 3 and 4 berth vans which are fully accessible to wheelchair users. The 4-berth model costs just under £20,000.
10-year-old Shaan Patel from Peterborough won the art competition with his Super Whizz Blind Stick for people with vision impairments. It includes an automatic umbrella, satellite navigation and a panic button.
The Fieldmaster 224 is an all-terrain, 4 x 4 powered chair. A children's version complete with tracking device is also available.
New from Hungary, the Kenguru is an electric vehicle that can be driven from a wheelchair. It is small enough to park at right-angles to the kerb and has a range of 25 - 35 miles.
For those wanting to experience vehicle adaptations in a safe environment, DS&P Mobility Electronics setup a real-time driving simulator.
TGA have launched a new mobility scooter - the Eclipse - that is very compact and is designed to be dismantled and reassembled with just one hand.
This motortrike is based on the Honda Silverwing and comes from Trike Design. It is automatic, can be driven by someone with a car licence and will available under the Motability vehicle purchase scheme .