Your Life,
Without Disruption.

WHILL Model A moves seamlessly throughout your life and goes effortlessly where you want to go.

It is the combination of both high performance and unparalleled beauty.

WHILL Model A was engineered and designed to integrate within the various rhythms of your life, whether at work, rest or play.

Awards & Recognition

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WHILL Model A wins Good Design Award 2015 Grand Prize

Tokyo, Japan, October 5, 2015 – WHILL Model A received the Good Design Award 2015 grand prize out of 1,258 participants. This is the third design award that WHILL has received since its founding, following the IDEA bronze award and the Red Dot honorable mention for product design. 1st place – WHILL Model A (2,875 votes out of 9,167 total votes) 2nd place – Bionic Arm (2,080 votes out of 9,167 total votes) 3rd place – Washoku School Lunch Project (969 votes out of 9,167 total votes) Good Design Award Website The Good Design Award is a comprehensive design-promotion system that picks good design out of a variety of unfolding phenomena, and aims to […]


WHILL exhibits PLAY! WHILL! concept at Tokyo Motor Show

Tokyo, Japan, October 29, 2015 – WHILL is exhibiting their PLAY! WHILL! concept at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. PLAY! WHILL! is an obstacle course set up at the WHILL booth so that visitors can experience the many features of Model A including: 3” obstacle clearance, 10º incline capability and multi-terrain coverage. The personal mobility device is enjoyable by everyone at the show. Tokyo Motor Show attendeees can also test drive Model A at a separate location called the Personal Mobility Device Experience area. At this location there are 5 demo units and visitors can observe how a WHILL technicians train first-time Model A drivers. A joint project between WHILL, […]


WHILL Selected as Winner of First CEA Foundation “Tech that Improves Lives” Video Contest

October 30, 2015 – On October 14, 2015 The CEA Foundation announced the winners of its first ‘Technology That Improves Lives’ video contest. WHILL along with four other companies was selected from more than 20 entries by companies that create technology that has a positive impact on older adults and others who use assistive technology. As a winner, WHILL will receive $2,500 and a booth in Eureka Park during CES 2016. The CEA Foundation is reaching out to the more than 47 million people age 65 or older, and more than 56 million people that report having some form of disability by supporting nonprofits that use innovative technology to enhance their lifestyles. Chair of the CEA Foundation, Larry Richenstein, said of […]

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