Established in 2002, Revo is the automotive aftermarket performance industry pioneer of delivering switchable* performance re-map software to vehicle Engine Control Units (ECU) through the OBDII port.

Over a decade on, Revo has extended its product ranges to cover Volkswagen group, Ford and KTM vehicles.  The company’s reach is truly global, with distribution in over 40 Countries through an authorised network of over 400 Dealers and Performance Centres.

We have a talented and award winning staff of 40 experienced automotive engineers, technicians, designers, electronics specialists and technical support experts, all of whom have unparalleled experience in our chosen market segments.

Headquartered in Daventry, England nestling at the heart of the UK’s motorsport triangle, our operations in the US are conducted from West Virginia, USA. Trackside at Summit Point Raceway, Revo has purpose built facilities containing research and engineering development space, workshops, engine development and testing accommodation, four wheel drive dynamometer, suspension dyno test facilities alongside electronics workshops and extensive warehousing and offices.

Record Breaking and Racing Pedigree

Well before Revo was born, our Chief Technical Officer, alongside many of our current team were themselves immersed in motorsport at the highest level. Living and breathing the adrenaline that comes building and running race winning cars such pedigree and experience that only comes from being the race engine builder, team/crew mechanic and team owner/principal.

More recently we have cut our cloth with Skoda UK, as their power train and technical adviser on the successful 2011 World Speed Record gained propelling a vRS Octavia at over 227 MPH at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, USA.

And by taking a ‘used’ VW Commercial T5 Transporter for a spin around the ‘Green Hell’ of the Nurburgring in 2013, to secure the new commercial vehicle lap record – 9 mins 57 seconds (9.22 Bridge to Gantry) – and thus dislodging Sabine Schmidt and the BBC’s TopGear team from the slot. See the video below: