The Nissan X-Trail Mountain Rescue gets snow tracks and DJI drone

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NISSAN has transformed the X-Trail from a regular SUV into an emergency vehicle for complete rescue operations, complete with snow chains, a winch, and rescue equipment.

The Nissan X-Trail Mountain Rescue Concept was showcased at the Cervinia ski resort in Italy. It was designed to remind the public to engage in skiing activities responsibly and ethically.

In addition to the four snow chain-equipped tires, enabling the X-Trail to carry out rescue missions in snowy mountains, Nissan has provided a special roof rack.

It comes with special lights, emergency sirens, a winch, and even includes skis and a snow shovel. The X-Trail is also fitted with larger and wider fenders, tow points, a winch cable, floodlights, and a 23cm higher ground clearance.

Upgrades continue inside where the vehicle is equipped with a Garmin GPS and Motorola communication devices. A major modification is in the rear, where the seats have been removed to accommodate stretchers. Additionally, it features rear-facing treatment seats.

Finally, there is a storage cabinet containing emergency supplies such as a snow depth gauge and a thermal blanket. There is also space for accommodating a DJI drone!

Although this concept outlines responsible skiing ethics, it also showcases the e-4ORCE all-wheel-drive system on the X-Trail.

According to Nissan, it can respond to changes in grip at a rate of 1/10,000th of a second, which is over 1,000 times faster than conventional systems. The e-4ORCE can also distribute power according to grip levels.

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