Land cruisers equipped with this refrigerator would be used to carry COVID-19 vaccines, which was not their sole purpose.
As the production and distribution of the corona virus vaccine worldwide increases, there are still many obstacles to overcome. In particular, the vaccine is a problem in remote parts of the world. To help with this, Toyota, in conjunction with B-Medical Systems, has developed a special edition of the Land Cruiser 78 commercial SUV, a large-capacity version of the Land Cruiser series for vaccine delivery. This is the first time the World Health Organization has approved maternity leave.
This is a very simple decoration. P-Medical Systems has developed a refrigerator that can fit up to a total of 14 cubic feet in the Land Cruiser. The SUV works while the refrigerator is running, but it cools for up to 16 hours without powering the SUV or plugging it into another power source. The Land Cruiser 78 is not exclusively unique, but with a 4.5-liter turbodiesel engine, low-range four-wheel drive system, solid axle’s front, rear and history, it is one of the best carriers
Land cruisers equipped with this refrigerator would be used to carry COVID-19 vaccines, which was not their sole purpose. They can also be used to carry other vaccines that need to be stored at low temperatures, especially for children. According to a study by Toyota, UNICEF and KV, The Vaccine Alliance, 20% of children should give up cold storage vaccines due to temperature issues during transport. So vehicles like this Land Cruiser are not in the middle of this epidemic and will make a big difference in keeping people healthy for years to come.