- New Astra Sports Tourer heads Opel’s emergency vehicle line-up
- Movano-based rescue and multi-purpose vehicle for fire brigades
- Wide range of Opel conversions at 16th show for emergency vehicles
|Mobile HQ: New Opel Astra Sports Tourer makes its debut at RETTmobil 2016 as a command vehicle for the fire service.|
Help is on its way: Opel Astra Sports Tourer mobile HQ
The new Opel Astra Sports Tourer is ready for action, not only as Car of the Year for private and fleet customers, but also as a future mobile headquarters for emergency services. Opel already equips its new station wagon in the factory with a signal system and front flashing blue lights, as well as blue warning lights at the rear – all in LED technology. The accompanying BT 220 controls sit close-at-hand in the center console. Additional equipment includes digital radio complete with multiple roof-antennas, a microphone for making public announcements and an engine relay system. Opel will start taking orders for the Astra Sports Tourer with bright red decals from the design112 company this fall.
|Compact station wagon for emergencies: New Opel Astra Sports Tourer makes its debut at RETTmobil 2016 as a command vehicle for the fire service.|
Specialized: Variety of Movano conversions
Opel’s “commercials” are also ready for action. In cooperation with approved conversion specialists, Opel shows how the Movano can become a lifesaver in various forms. Hensel Fahrzeugbau has converted a Movano Trabus (L3H2) into a multi-purpose vehicle for fire brigades, capable of bringing the crew and their tools quickly to the scene of the emergency. The Movano L2H2-based rescue vehicle provides rapid transport from accident-scene to hospital. The conversion with high-tech equipment is from Binz Ambulance- und Umwelttechnik. When RETTmobil is over, this particular Movano will travel to Rüsselsheim, where it will go into service with the plant fire brigade.
|All-rounder: As multi-purpose vehicle for fire brigades, Opel Movano Trabus is capable of bringing the crew and their tools quickly to the scene of the emergency.|