Mar 11, 2014 - Natural disasters lay down deadly obstacle courses that can take rescue trucks out of commission. Extreme conditions call for extreme rescue vehicles, and British designer Phil Pauley wants us covered.
Pauley recently presented a conceptual line of what he’s calling “extreme weather rescue vehicles.” According to the designer’s description, each heavy-treaded vehicle in the fleet could easily navigate around obstacles through deep floodwater — unlike conventional rescue vehicles. They’d be powered by electricity and equipped with solar arrays to generate their own power. Hat tip Inhabitat. read more>>>