Mini unveiled the Paceman Adventure Concept, a project borned from the collaboration between young apprentices and their instructors inside BMW plants in Munich and Dingolfing.

Based on a Paceman Cooper S, the concept becomes a pickup, with cargo style area. The concept has only two seats and uses 135 kW/184 hp MINI Cooper S Paceman ALL4 along with a modified suspension, modified chassis with extended ground clearance and much higher front and rear clearance ramps.
The passenger area ends behind the front seats. To cross the rivers, Paceman features also snorkel-like roof level air intake. On the outside, the MINI Paceman Adventure features exclusive Jungle Green metallic paintwork.

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To further emphasize the concept, the students mounted additional lights but the roof rack optimize visibility at night, while special off-road tyres with wide and deep treads.

No plan to produce the concept car in the future years, but we can expect at surprises.