Interns at BMW in Munich were in charge of creating a pickup conversion for a pre-facelift MINI Paceman.

Interns at BMW in Munich were in charge of creating a pickup conversion for a pre-facelift MINI Paceman.

The project took several months to complete during which the modified Paceman lost a section of its roof and the two rear seats while the body had to be reinforced to compensate the altered roof. In addition, the B-pillars had to be modified as well and the truck bed starts immediately after the front seats and has received a black checkered plate floor.

Wearing a "4DV3N7UR3" plate, this customized Paceman is a road legal vehicle and has also received additional lights along with beefier off-road tires and a bespoke roof rack to carry a spare wheel and other necessary items.

Needless to say, production series is not being considered.

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