Professionals from the fields of rescue, fire prevention, civil protection and safety come together at INTERSCHUTZ in Hanover from 8th to 13th June 2015. BMW is represented by a broad range of vehicles, perfectly matched to the specific requirements of the services at this industry event, the most important of its kind for fire services and auxiliary services, which takes place every five years.
INTERSCHUTZ has evolved from an exhibition aimed exclusively at fire services into the world’s leading trade fair for the rescue and fire prevention industry. Some 1,400 companies from 49 countries will be presenting the latest technologies and applications in the six exhibition halls and on the open-air site in Hanover.
The wealth of experience and expertise BMW has acquired over many decades in the development and manufacture of special vehicles will be presented in this demanding environment of rescue professionals and specialists.
In Hanover, as the leading manufacturer of premium automobiles and motorcycles, BMW will show a wide range of customised solutions for functional emergency vehicles, both on two wheels and four, meeting the highest demands placed not only on functionality, performance and security, but also with regard to sustainability and cost-effectiveness.
BMW emergency vehicles: capable and powerful
At INTERSCHUTZ 2015 BMW will present a total of four vehicles – including two motorcycles – to professionals from all over the world. The visionary BMW i3 will celebrate its world premiere as a fire service command vehicle, the first time that a BMW i model has been deployed in this field. On the BMW Group exhibition stand in hall 25 the fire service version of the BMW X3 xDrive20d further highlights the multifunctional capabilities of the BMW X Series.
For the delivery of a high-speed, first response to fires, the BMW R 1200 RT Firexpress emergency motorcycle excels. Along with the BMW F 800 GS as an emergency motorcycle, it demonstrates the benefits associated with the professional deployment of motorcycles.