They will move right in the place of sports competitions, but also in other official places, such as. Olympic Village. At the same time, part of the fleet will serve to help trouble at various events throughout the summer.
The APM (Accessible People Drive) will be made in two versions. The base model has three rows of seats. When moving people tied to a wheelchair, the configuration can be changed by tilting it down. For security reasons, the driver's seat is raised and placed in the center so that the driver can see passengers and can meet their individual needs when going up and down.
Passenger seats can be accessed from both sides of the vehicle, with safety rods on both sides and ramps for optimal access and wheelchair traffic.
Another vehicle called Relief, that is, emergency assistance, has half of the second row and the third row is reserved for stretchers that can be stretched. At the same time, the vehicle was designed to accommodate two paramedics in a chair next to a stretcher.