West Midlands Fire Service have unveiled three new rapid response vehicles.
The specially-adapted Toyota Hilux Invicibles are equipped for any type of incident and are part of the second phase of a trial being carried out by West Midlands Fire Service.
The vehicles will take to the streets today and can each carry three firefighters.
Since February, a Land Rover Discovery and a Range Rover have been trialled. In 93% of the cases attended, no extra resources were needed.
The new Toyotas are completed with a powerful water pump, 300 litres of water, a ladder, vehicle cutting equipment and a water rescue kit.