Bulgaria goes into debt to buy fleet of Porsche Cayenne ambulances
Unlike normal ambulances, the Cayennes will be used to reach remote rural areas where normal emergency response vehicles wouldn't dare travel. Is the buy legit or is the health ministry full of car nuts that want to do some high-performance off-roading on the weekends? Bulgarian Health Minister Radoslav Gaydarski says that Porsche offered the lowest bid to win the contract with his country. The natives, however, are peeved, as Bulgaria's healthy industry is in debt and faces a constant shortage of supplies and services. Considering the retail price of a Cayenne could pay for a few triple-bypass surgeries, Porsche must have cut one killer deal for the Bulgarian government on its über-utes.
[Source: Ananova via Caradisiac]
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