Nissan has officially unveiled the Nissan Navara EnGuard emergency rescue concept. It was unveiled during the Hannover Motor Show and it is based on the current Navara pick-up truck.
An interesting fact is that the Nissan Navara EnGuard has its own drone which is able to deliver imaged to a pop-up high-definition screen installed in the Navara’s load bed wall.
How cool is that?
But this is not over because the Nissan Navara EnGuard has a prototype portable battery pack that is derived from the Leaf system. When docked, the batteries are fed up by the 2.3 liter biturbodiesel engine.
Another interesting fact are the two pull-out trays made from fiberglass.
These provide access to a plethora of useful items, such as an oxygen tank, resuscitation kit, buoyancy aids, rope, two-way radios, life jackets, and even an axe.
The car has a 50 mm raised suspension, special plastic body cladding and off-road tires.
 

Source: Nissan