It's an Amiiva Quartz, which is a French folding bike that has just come onto the market.
There are no reviews so I took a bit of a punt based on the technical specs on the website: www.amiiva.com and I am very pleased with it so far.
It came with a rear propstand (good quality) and front and rear lights ( a bit cheap) as standard, and the only extra I specified was a set of mudguards.
It's not perfect - the rear shock is set up too hard and I only seem to be able to get three of the five gears - but I'm taking it to my local shop to sort it out this week.
What I can say so far is that it is surprisingly sturdy, rattle-free (though there is some slight flex on the steering column, but I think you'll always get that with a hinge, and you only notice it when climbing steep hills), fast and the fold is quick and easy.
It's also very light (about 10.5 kilos), the carbon fork is sharp and responsive, it rides well (even with a rear shock that's not set up how I would want it) and the brakes strong and reassuring.
With the right marketing and publicity, plus a few positive reviews, I think they could be on to a winner here.