The Dispatch Utility Vehicle Improves Movement in the Mines

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jul 14, 2012 • References: coroflot & tuvie
With a great number of difficult tasks to accomplish underground, the Dispatch Utility Vehicle makes working in the mines much easier for everybody, whatever his assigned duty might be. The machine is equipped with the means to transport people and a range of supplies, as well as to perform as a compact subterranean crane.

William van Beek designed his specialized concept car so that it has neither a front nor a back end. This features enables the conveyance to enter and then exit narrow mine shafts without any need to turn around. The steering mechanism and the driver's seat adjust 180 degrees and benches inside are inventively versatile. The Dispatch Utility Vehicle can even support the carriage of a stretcher to become an ambulance when necessary. Stats for Tunnel-Optimized Automobiles Trending: Older & Mild
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