BMW 20X Emergency Response Vehicle
Emergency responders must often cope with harsh conditions and even occassional firefights to do their jobs. The BMW 20X is the answer to their prayers. It’s electrical six-wheel drive, using oversized self-inflating tires and independent electric motors, allows it to cross even the roughest ground any city has to offer while it’s composite hull can resist small-arms fire indefinitely and survive up to 30 atmospheres of pressure. The vehicle is powered by a pair of heavy-duty hydrogen cells, giving it a range of 500 miles. It has limited life support (UT p. 224) and radiation PF 2. The rear space is sufficient for up to four patients on stretchers, eight seated passengers, or a considerable cargo.
Standrad equipment features a computerized crew station (UT p. 24), an inertial navigation system (p. 74), a large radio (p. 44), a personal computer (p. 22), and three workstation terminals (p. 24). Each front-cab occupant has a crashweb (p. 224). The vehicle has a biometric lock (p. 104) on all doors, and the vehicle is also equipped with headlights and tail lights. Individual vehicles are usually further customized for their role.