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From May 14 to 16, 2014, the BMW Group will be displaying an extensive range of custom-designed special-purpose and emergency vehicles at the 14th RETTmobil trade fair in Fulda.
RETTmobil ranks as the leading European trade fair for emergency services and mobility, acting as an important information platform for paramedics, rescue services and firefighters, as well as public services, local authorities and trade associations. More than 450 exhibitors will come to Fulda to present their latest technologies and developments in the fields of emergency rescue, technical intervention, firefighting and disaster recovery.
As a leading manufacturer of premium cars and motorcycles, BMW also has decades of experience in developing and building special-purpose vehicles. In Fulda, BMW will present an extensive range of practical and purposedesigned emergency vehicles which meet highest standards not only in performance, practicality and safety but also in cost efficiency and fuel economy.
BMW is presenting a total of six different models at this year’s RETTmobil, beginning with an attractive and eye-catching exhibit at the main entrance to the show: a BMW M235i paramedic vehicle. Highlights at the trade fair stand itself include paramedic vehicles based on the new BMW X5 xDrive30d and on the BMW X3 xDrive20d, and a BMW X1 xDrive20d fire command vehicle. Finally, the BMW Group is also exhibiting a BMW 325d Gran Turismo covert emergency vehicle and the new BMW R 1200 RT motorcycle.
When every second counts, a powerful engine and optimal handling are crucial qualities in an emergency vehicle. The new BMW X5 xDrive30d (combined fuel consumption: 6.2* l/100 km [45.6 mpg imp]; combined CO2 emissions: 164–162 g/km) is a natural choice for the job. Equipped with an intelligent all-wheel-drive system and 8-speed Steptronic transmission, this Sports Activity Vehicle is powered by a 3.0-litre six-cylinder in-line diesel engine which combines impressive performance with high efficiency. Peak output of 190 kW (258 hp) and powerful peak torque of 560 Nm (413 lb-ft) ensure that this paramedic vehicle wastes no time getting to the scene of an emergency. The special advantages of this model include its high seating position and precise, light-action steering. Further plus points are the outstanding spaciousness, extensive interior adaptability and an automatic tailgate which allows emergency equipment to be quickly accessed. Amongst other things, the new-generation BMW X5 boasts an extended engine line-up that includes a new entry-level version, the BMW X5 sDrive25d (combined fuel consumption: 5.7–5.6* l/100 km [49.6–50.4 mpg imp]; combined CO2 emissions: 151–149 g/km).
Further information on BMW emergency vehicles can be found on the internet at www.bmw-authority-vehicles.com.