Need a high-performance specialty vehicle? If you can dream it, our team can build it. At Summit Bodyworks, our specialties include Community Outreach Vehicles, Emergency Response Vehicles, Mobile Medical Vehicles, and other custom vehicles.
Need a custom solution
If you can dream it, we can build it.
Simply tell us what you’re looking for, and our skilled team will get to work to design and build the end product to your exact specifications. For many years, we’ve led the charge in both design and function. Why? Because you shouldn’t have to settle for less than what you want.
Summit Bodyworks Specialty Vehicles
No need to spend extra time and money working with multiple companies to build the specialty vehicle you need. At Summit Bodyworks, we’re there to ensure the process is smooth, from the first step of selecting the chassis until your vehicle is complete. Not to mention, our service department can keep your vehicle running in top shape for years to come.
Hybrid and all-electric solutions are available for many of our vehicle applications.
Going electric is a great way to increase efficiency and save on costs. As an industry leader in all-electric solutions, we offer custom, innovative solutions that are better for the environment AND your bottom line.
Up to 85% less operating costs
100% electric & Hybrid options
Ford eQVM approved
Up to 66% less maintenance costs
Safe and reliable
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a specialty vehicle?
A specialty vehicle is any vehicle custom-designed for a special need or specific purpose. If a certain profession needs a specific vehicle, that vehicle would be considered a specialty vehicle. For example, emergency response vehicles like fire trucks or ambulances would be considered special vehicles.
What are specialty vehicles used for?
Specialty vehicles are used in many different industries for many different purposes. Some of the more recognizable uses are emergency vehicles, law enforcement vehicles, health services, and general business purposes. Ambulances, squad cars, bloodmobiles, and food trucks would all fall under the specialty vehicles category.
How long does it take to build a specialty vehicle?
As with any project, the timeline can vary. Smaller specialty vehicle projects may take less than a few months. Larger-scale projects may take up to a year, while the most complex projects potentially take more than a year.
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