The Opel Mokka is now a lifesaver. Well, that’s the plan at least.
Opel has transformed a Mokka into a concept emergency assistance vehicle that will make its debut at the RETTmobil (European Leading Exhibition for Rescue and Mobility) exhibition next week in Fulda, Germany.
The company’s Special Vehicles unit, along with a conversion company called Sortimio, helped transform the Mokka into a kitted-out concept that features an LED signalling system, LED front flashers and rear warning lights, along with the obligatory yellow and red color scheme.
Behind the grill-mounted LED flashers sits a 1.6L turbocharged diesel engine that delivers 136 hp through all four wheels– plenty of pep to quickly get it to on scene.
The company will also trot out the Insignia Country Tourer fire brigade command vehicle, a Movano crew cab fire assistance vehicle, along with a Vivaro Combi that’s been transformed into a crew car for the DLRG (German Life Saving Association).
All four vehicles, along with 460 exhibitors from 19 countries, will be present at the RETTmobil exhibition May 6-8.
While it probably won’t impress the ladies much, we reckon the agile little Mokka would make a pretty handy assistance vehicle just the same.