Revealed at the IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover, Germany, the Navara EnGuard was conceived as a rescue vehicle for "harsh and extreme environments".
The more glaringly obvious tweaks include a 50mm bump in ride height, huge bolt-on flares over meaty tyres and fluoro green-trimmed wheels, custom LED foggies (paging James Ward), darkened front and rear lighting, and strobe lights atop the roof.
The EnGuard's got a few other tricks up its sleeve, including extendable fibre-glass trays in the rear, along with a low-profile roof-mounted shell that stores two-way radios, ropes, torches and an axe.
In the tub, you'll find an oxygen tank and resuscitation kit, along with buoyancy aids and life jackets.
There's also a portable battery pack, intended as an alternative to a conventional petrol power generator. Seven modules deliver 2kW of power each, their energy replenished by the Navara's 2.3-litre turbo diesel.
The EnGuard's pièce de résistance, however, might be the drone it stores in the rear. Connected to an integrated control display, the drone boasts a 6000-metre (19,685ft) operating ceiling, a 30-minute run time and a top speed of 20 metres per second.
The EnGuard is not destined for a production run, for emergency services or otherwise, although its design could no doubt inspire aftermarket upgrades for both rescue and recreational groups.
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