BMW is heading to the 2013 RETTmobil show in Fulda with seven vehicles, presenting its range of purpose-built emergency cars.
Heading to the show is a BMW X6 M50d designed as a medical car for the racetrack and a BMW X3 as a fire brigade. Those aren’t the only X models in attendance however, an X1 First Responder and an X3 will be on display as an emergency medical vehicle. Joining the SUV and crossovers are a 3 Series touring model as an emergency medical services vehicle, and a 5 Series Touring as a fire brigade command vehicle. There will also be a new F 800 GT motorcycle on display as a public authority variant.
These BMW emergency vehicles are designed hand-in-hand with specific equipment facilities and are carried out in close cooperation with the specialists from the respective public authorities and institutions. BMW technologies such as its ConnectedDrive, Night Vision, and Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI) all benefit the services of firemen, emergency doctors, and rescue workers worldwide.
GALLERY: BMW at 2013 RETTmobil
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