Intern-Built Mini Paceman Pickup Isn’t For Sale, But Should Be

When you think about the Mini Paceman, and the true lack of capability that it really has, one would wonder how to make such a useless vehicle, less useless. Well, a few Mini/BMW interns had an idea — they would chop half the roof off, and give it a truck bed. Introducing the Mini Paceman Adventure, a strange creation that won’t actually be produced. But, it is a unique take on the Paceman. According to Bimmertoday, who spotted the Mini in Germany, the Mini is completely street-legal, and even comes with some added off-road features like larger tires, a roof rack, and spotlights to coincide with its rugged good looks. PHOTOS: See More of the 2013 Mini Paceman John Cooper Works
Intern-Built Mini Paceman Pickup Isn’t For Sale, But Should Be
Unfortunately, this beautiful monster will never see the light of day as a mass production vehicle. Of course, if you’re a fan of all things Mini, you might remember that back in 1961, Austin did build a Mini pick-up that was pretty strangely fantastic. So it’s actually not all that crazy. PHOTOS: See More of the 2013 Mini Paceman GoalCooper
Intern-Built Mini Paceman Pickup Isn’t For Sale, But Should Be
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