It looks like the newest addition to Atoy Llave’s portfolio is a far cry from the usual Manila-proofed specials we’re used to. You see, the latest vehicle to roll out of the Atoy Customs garage is this customized COVID-19 ambulance.
The ambulance is built on a Nissan Urvan. The seats have been removed to make way for a full-sized stretcher, a couch, and some storage areas inside the cabin. The customized floor has also been fitted with a locking mechanism for the said stretcher.
There are also outlets and USB ports found around the interior, plus a multi-purpose foldable table to boot. A divider has also been built inside to separate the driver and the entire front row from the rear cabin. In addition, the van has also been equipped with sirens and ambulance emergency lights.
Atoy said that at the moment, it takes his crew about 10 days to build this ambulance, but he also mentioned that this production time will significantly improve once they get to make more of these in the future. You can check out the Instagram post below to get a quick tour of the van courtesy of Atoy himself.
We’d be lying if we said we didn’t miss seeing the outrageous designs that come out of the Atoy Customs workshop. That said, we tip our hats off to Atoy and his crew for coming up with a design like this at the height of this coronavirus pandemic.
For more of our stories on the ongoing crisis, click here. For the latest news and updates on COVID-19, check out reportr.world/covid-19.