UK ambulances have been using Skoda vehicles for some time, and have now added scale models to their fleet.
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Scala received a maximum of five stars in the Euro NCAP Safety Test and this model, which will be used by British Services, is equipped with an advanced driver assistance system.
There is an adaptive cruise control, an emergency brake, a lane tracking system and a side-by-side system that looks for vehicles in the back of a car or going beyond "blind corners."
This system increases the vehicle's blind spot detection point from 20 to 70 meters.
The 7 seats7-liter trunk is capable of folding the rear seats up to 1,410, accommodating up to five passengers and all necessary equipment, making it an ideal "machine" for everyday use.
Among the changes made for the purpose of use are LED "blinkers" on the front bezel, visible on the back and ceilings from every angle, and a 100 amp three-tone siren.
The Skoda Scale offers three powertrains with three oil-free and one diesel engines of 115-150hp.
The weakest is the three-cylinder 1.0 TSI unit with 115hp, while the more powerful turbocharged 1.5 TS has 150hp.
The third is a turbocharged 1.6 TDI with 115 bhp, while the other is expected after 95 bhp.
All engines except the latest one announced for the end of the year are available with optional seven-speed dual clutch DSG automatic.