The basis for the design was the high-roof model of Volkswagen Transporter T6. It was necessary to integrate the standard, high rear wing doors and the high sliding door, but still create more space. The result is a dynamic exterior design with a whole new sense of space.
We have have been subjecting our products to dynamic testing from 1999. With 99 tests carried out (as of 2015), we are leaders in vehicle safety. The high level of expertise in this area helps us to make our emergency response vehicles safer. The HORNIS SPACELINE is also manufactured with our high safety standards so that you can feel safe and secure.
20 g forward
20 g reverse
15 g lateral 75°
10 g in 5 directions
Efficient high-power LEDs are housed in the blue light modules, which are integrated into the roof structure in a form-fitting manner. They ensure an uncompromising road presence during the emergency operations. During service work, they can easily be removed from the outside.
In the front area, the two overhead blue light modules serve as standard blue light. Underneath, there are the two optional power flash modules with an increased power consumption. At the centre is the blue frame with optional LED backlighting.
The newly developed roof structure made of composite fibre material protrudes on the side and in the front area, but manages to remain compact and to merge with the dynamic lines.
Work light and tail light
As an additional tail light, a red LED strip is form-fitted on each side of the roof in the rear area. Above those are the blue light modules with their blue light and flashing LEDs. The LED work lights are at the centre. They optimally illuminate the area behind the vehicle and offer good working conditions in low light conditions. The third brake light is flush above the work lights, positioned in the middle.
The patient compartment makes the true size of HORNIS SPACELINE apparent.
The HORNIS SPACELINE is operated on the bright control panels. Whether the sound system, blue light or air-conditioning: a press on the button is enough. The different colours of the buttons are generated by organic light emitting diodes. They give you feedback on whether the function is enabled, disabled or defective. If a fuse is defective, for instance, the corresponding function button lights up red.
Control panel with up to 8 function fields as key or display, blue light, front flasher, sound, city/country switch, patient room lighting, 230 V – power supply
Bedienfeld in der Mittelkonsole
Bedienfeld mit bis zu 15 Funktionsfelder als Taste oder Anzeige und einem farbigen Display mittig: Blaulicht, Powerblitz, Frontblitzer, Heckblitzer, Springlicht, Ton, Stadt-Land-Schaltung, Arbeitsscheinwerfer, Klimaanlage, Heizung, Rückfahrwarner, Patientenraum-Beleuchtung, Heckabsenkung, Funktionsanzeige der 230 V – Einspeisung
Bedienfeld im Patientenraum
Control panel on the steering wheel
Control panel with up to 8 functions as switch or display, blue lights, front flash, sound, city-country control, patient compartment lighting, 230 V – inlet
Control panel in the centre console
Control panel with up to 15 functions as switch or display and with a colour display in the middle: Blue light power flash, front flash, rear flash, special flash, sound, city-country control, work lights, air conditioning, heating, reverse warning system, patient compartment lighting, rear lowering, function display of 230 V – inlet
Control panel in the patient compartment
Control panel with up to 15 functions as switch or display and two seven-segment displays for the temperature in the middle: Patient compartment lighting, buzzer, intercom, ceiling fan volume radio/DVD, electric floor mounting rail for carry chair, function display seat recognition
Control panel with up to 2 functions as switch or display: Work lights, rear flash, reverse warning system, rear lowering
Control panel on the rear
Control panel with up to 6 functions as switch or display: Patient compartment lighting, work lights, rear flash, reverse warning system, rear lowering