Light Fire Attack Vehicle (LFAV aka Red Rhino)
First introduced in 2000, the Light Fire Attack Vehicle (LFAV), or better known as the Red Rhino, was specially designed to be more compact than a traditional fire engine, allowing it to be more agile and able to be deployed closer to the heart of any fire or rescue incident.
In 2009, the Red Rhino received further design and construction enhancements. The version 2.xx of the Red Rhino, is designed to be smaller and lighter than the original version, allowing better accessibility in tight and narrow spaces.
I am finally back into creating 3D models, now with a purpose. This model is still basic, by getting a premade model and transforming it. I created this for a simulation and for a video plan.
The latest version 2.1 of the Red Rhino features a 3.0L Turbo engine with 4WD, Automatic transmission with automated PTO, 500GPM Pump, 150 litres of foam concentrate tank and 2 x backpack CAF capable of responding to a variety of fire and rescue incidents.
Model here is the LF 2.0, low polygon. Made from a low poly SUV. Only in Singapore, by the Singapore Civil Defence Force.
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