Brazilians turned Nissan Frontier into a pickup for lifeguards

Brazilians turned Nissan Frontier into a pickup for lifeguards

November 7, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

The car was equipped with additional power sources and equipment storage system.

Employees of the Brazilian design studio Nissan have come up with a version of the Frontier pickup for rescue services. According to the creators, equipped with off-road tires, snorkel and storage systems for equipment, the car is able to carry out rescue missions in all parts of the country.

Externally, the conceptual Nissan Frontier Sentinel is distinguished by the blue color of the body of Thunder-Blue, inspired by the color of the hyacinth macaw – a parrot living in the northeast, west and central Brazil. Yellow accents in the exterior and interior of a pickup truck should symbolize the electrical circuit.

The Nissan Frontier Sentinel is equipped with two battery packs from the electric car Leaf, which serve as additional sources of energy, a set of boxes for storing tools, equipment and clothing, a folding platform for launching search drones, and a security arc with built-in compartments for storing small things and sockets.

No details on technical stuffing. Probably, under the hood of a pickup truck installed stock turbodiesel with capacity of 2.3 liters and a capacity of 190 horsepower (450 Nm of torque). The gearbox is a seven-speed automatic. Drive – full with forced connection of the front axle.

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