A uch emergency services can have fun, even if the purpose of the mission is mostly bitter serious is. But hardly an emergency doctor will complain if his work device is called the BMW 440i xDrive Gran Coupé and rushes to help a sick fellow with 326 hp. This 4-series Coupé opens the series of exhibitions at this year's RETTmobil trade fair in Fulda, where the fire brigade, rescue services and security authorities can get an overview of current vehicles.
Secretly, quietly and quietly, civil investigators will soon be able to sneak up on them. when they drive the camouflaged emergency vehicle based on the 520d on German roads. The specific equipment features include a switch center including radio main switch and control unit for radio devices, a more powerful generator and an additional battery in the trunk. The camouflaged special signal system includes LED front flasher type Hella BST behind the kidney grille, a removable magnetic flashlight that also sticks to the aluminum roof of the base vehicle, and an electronic tone sequence signal system with two pressure chamber loudspeakers behind the front apron.
X5 as an ambulance vehicle
In the future, emergency doctors will be able to be more dynamic than with the 190 PS 5 Series if they use the NEF BMW X5 xDrive30d (258 OS), the most spacious emergency vehicle in the range according to BMW. The automatically operated tailgate ensures quick access to the rescue equipment. The partial sticker 'Aerodynamic', the special DBS 4000 signaling system including alley lights, power flash and roof flashers, blue LED front flashers behind the grille and blue and yellow LED flashers in the tailgate ensure maximum attention. The vehicle also has an AGM additional battery, a DEFA interior heater, a 230-volt feed for external power consumption and a distribution box with two sockets that can be used to supply external devices and devices.
Is more economical on the other hand, the BMW 220d xDrive Gran Tourer, also designed as an NEF, for the emergency doctor, after all, the 190 PS diesel in conjunction with the eight-speed automatic transmission should only treat itself to 4.9 liters when it comes back to the base with braked foam. Finally, the BMW X1 xDrive18d is even more compact and efficient for fire service operations management. The command vehicle should treat itself to an average of just 4.7 liters.
Boxer BMW for first responders
Faster thanevery car, especially in a traffic jam, is ultimately the BMW R 1200 RT as a first responder vehicle. The emergency machine has, among other things, a heated individual seat with radio box, additional battery, antenna, LED flashing beacons and stop signal generator. Thanks to the “Rain” and “Road” driving modes, the machine can be adapted to different road conditions, and the optional Pro Shift Assistant takes additional strain off the driver. ABS and the ASC automatic stability control are standard equipment; the lean angle-optimized ABS Pro and the dynamic brake light are available as optional equipment, Driving Modes Pro. The 125 PS boxer engine also treats itself to an average of 4.9 liters.