ICML launches Ambulance van application of the Extreme

Posted on: Sep 20, 2013 - 4:43pm IST

International Cars & Motors Limited (ICML), a group company of the Sonalika Group, has introduced an ambulance van variant of the Extreme MUV. Sonalika had relaunched the Rhino as the Extreme in September last year, holding on to the same design and chassis.

ICML Extreme Ambulance front
The ICML will be available on the market with two engine choices starting next month, priced between 6.15-6.58 lakh rupees, in AC and non AC variants.

The feature that the company believes that gives this vehicle an edge is the air-conditioner. The ICML Extreme is the only ambulance van in the 4-8 lakh rupee category to offer this luxury.

Starting next month, the ICML Exteme Ambulance will be available in dealerships in AC and non-AC variants between 6.15-6.58 lakh rupees. The vehicle is equipped with disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear. Dimensionally, it is 4.4m long, 1.8m high with a wheelbase length of 2.54m.

ICML Extreme Ambulance
The special application offers features such as a stretcher, hook for the glucose bottle, siren, patient fan, etc.

The Extreme can be had in two engines –  a 2.0L CRDI 120bhp/270Nm diesel engine with a top speed of 165 kph, or a turbocharged 2.0L 100bhp/240Nm diesel engine. Its fuel tank capacity stands at 50 liters and the cabin is arranged in a 4+1 seating layout. The special application comes with a stretcher, patient fan, beacon, hook for drips bottle, oxygen cylinder holder, water dispenser, medical kit and siren.

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2 thoughts on “ICML launches Ambulance van application of the Extreme

  1. Duston says:

    They should use this vehicle as a Hearse

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  2. Dr. Nayak says:

    Sick and tired of these substandard vehicles being promoted for a lifesaving application. This vehicle under any standard is not suitable for this application. Can anyone guaranty that this automobile will start at the time when they need to pick up a patient having heart attack? Pray to god for a safe passage before you get into such an ambulance!

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