Rosenbauer Fire Truck Concept

Nov 5, 2018

Category: Rides

Rosenbauer is the largest fire truck emergency response vehicle manufacturer in the world, yet they never coast on their success, as they always push themselves to improve upon their very best. Coinciding with the 150th anniversary of the company, Rosenbauer has created a fire truck concept for the future.

Laser-focused on the structure of the vehicle, the heavy-duty fire truck concept is compact and easy to maneuver with ergonomic details. It’s also designed to have the lowest pollutant emissions possible, allowing it to save the life of our planet while it’s on its way to save lives. The fire truck concept is incredibly versatile, as it has a pump powered by four electric motors, a tank on board, and hydraulic equipment to adjust its height with suspension technology. For further convenience and efficiency, the doors on the truck slide open on this all-wheel-drive vehicle.

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