The Opel Mokka Emergency Vehicle has been unveiled over the web and it will premiere at the RETTmobil 2015.
If you though that a sub-compact crossover doesn’t have what it needs in order to become an emergency vehicle, think again, because Opel is proving otherwise with the small Mokka. The model in question has been jointly developed by Sortimo and the German based carmaker and it is coming with a lot of additions, making it instantly recognizable.
“The all-wheel drive Mokka, converted by Opel Special Vehicles and Sortimo is a real eye-catcher with its LED special signaling system, the LED front flashers and rear warning lights along with its blazing red foliation. Furthermore, the Mokka has a preliminary set-up for analogue and digital networks including a combined roof antenna”, said the carmaker in its official press release.
The Opel Mokka Emergency Vehicle has a communications system too, along with the above mentioned LED emergency flashers, LED light bar and the fire brigade livery. Under its hood, the 1.6 liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine can be found, which is capable of putting down a total output of 136 HP (100 kW). The model has also received the all-wheel drive system. More details on it will be announced at the RETTmobil 2015, where it will be officially presented to the public, along with modified versions of the Vivaro Combi, the Insignia Country Tourer and the Movano crew cab.