Inferno’s advanced insulation package exceeds NFPA
guidelines for interior noise levels. In any cab seat
position, while traveling at 45 mph, interior sound levels
are within NFPA requirements.
90-degree door openings and
full width, enclosed steps make it easy and safe to enter
and exit the cab.
11-steering wheel controls
ensure mission critical operational functions are at your
fingertips. including electric siren, air horn, headlights,
Federal Q-siren (if equipped), siren brake, secondary
braking controls and automotive horn.
The slide-out glove box
provides a stable work area either on the go or as a command
The door ajar system prevents
accidents before they happen by indicating which door is
High-performance HVAC system
Our advanced heating and air conditioning system has been
specifically engineered for the Inferno chassis. Dual units
for the driver and officer as well as a separate system in
the crew compartment produce 72,000 BTU's of air
conditioning and 84,000 BTU's of heat. Front units blow
conditioned air or heat up at the windshield for optimum
defrosting. All units provide floor heat at all seated
positions. The rear unit mounted under the rear forward
facing seats, produces conditioned air that is ducted to the
cab roof where it falls naturally down to cool the cab, the
preferred way to manage airflow.
Our medium four-door cab has 50" of open area between
the rear wall and doghouse that maximizes legroom when
utilizing forward facing seats.
Inferno's cab has been
made the roomiest available by lowering the engine tunnel,
eliminating the cross tunnel and providing a full-width cab
floor from door to door.