BMW has unveiled a completely different version of the Mini Paceman which is a collaborative effort of the young apprentices and their instructors at BMW’s Munich and Dingolfing facilities. Called the Mini Paceman Adventure, the unique version is based on the Mini Cooper S Paceman. The students used the standard model and converted it into a two seater pickup concept. And to complement the pickup-inspired design, BMW has equipped the Paceman Adventure with all-wheel drive ALL4, a turbocharged engine, a modified suspension and much more.
Powering the MINI Paceman Adventure is a turbocharged engine that puts out 184 hp/135 kW. The cockpit of the Paceman Adventure only has two seats and the remaining estate is occupied by a spacious cargo area that can be used to carry equipment, tools and luggage. Additionally, there is also a rack on the roof of the Adventure that can carry a spare wheel.
Thanks to the modified chassis, higher front and rear clearance ramps, extended ground clearance and short overhangs, the Mini Paceman Adventure is ready to go anywhere. And as a bonus, there is a snorkel-like air intake that has been positioned high enough to tackle river crossings. At the front there is also a set of extra lights on the roof rack for enhanced visibility.
The concept features an exclusive Jungle Green metallic color and rolls on specially built, wide off-road tires.