MINI has officially unveiled the Paceman Adventure concept. It's a pickup truck that was created by young apprentices and their instructors at the BMWs plant in Munich and Dingolfing.
MINI has officially unveiled the Paceman Adventure concept.
Described as a "creative collaboration between young apprentices and their instructors at the BMWs plant in Munich and Dingolfing," the concept is based on the pre-facelift Cooper S Paceman and features a Jungle Green metallic exterior with a roof rack and a truck-like cargo bed.
MINI declined to go into specifics but the model rides on a modified chassis that provides additional ground clearance. The concept has also been equipped with off-road tires and a snorkel which enables the truck to tackle river crossings with ease.
Power is provided by a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 184 PS (135 kW) and up to 260 Nm (191 lb-ft) of torque. It is connected to undisclosed transmission and a ALL4 all-wheel drive system.
While the model is certainly interesting, MINI says the Paceman Adventure is a "true one-off and there are no plans for series production."