Off-Road Ambulance

The RT 112 rescue vehicle was design to provide access to emergency help even in remote parts of the world where terrain can be difficult. The project combines modern off-roading technology like adjustable air-bag suspension, a tough polycarbonate Makrolon shell and even a telescopic light tower for viewing obstacles in front of the vehicle. The back section is completely customizable for use in a variety rescue situations. Hit the jump to check the vid!

Designer: Tomasz Siemek

11 Comments

  • Stephen Russell says:

    radical, test in the Mtn states: CO, WI, NV, UT, WY, MT, AZ alone.
    Awesome.
    Must for CA & OR states & for the Park Service.

  • Rio Chowdhury says:

    The problem with ambulances is that a care provider is walking around in the back as if he/she is in the kitchen while providing care. We are having issues with having them seated like they do in a rescue helicopter. Will you be willing to work with me to create world’s first safe ambulance that is cheaper to make, maintain and more capable? I’m thinking about EMS staff who has wearable heart monitors and AEDs, wireless data transfer from EMS person to ambulance to the hospital. I’ve some crude design sketch. I don’t have any money and whatever you make is yours to keep.

  • ken says:

    maybe have more for the passenger to do. like a lager more functional screen. otherwise I love it.

  • Henry says:

    What an amazing concept – Hopefully this project is successful in all of its rescue missions. This could be a truly invaluable tool for rescue workers everywhere, keep up the good work!

  • Hunter says:

    LOL: is it street-legal?

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