This pick-up concept was created by BMW apprentices
The apprentices were tasked with putting their own take on the Mini brand
Power comes from the Cooper S Paceman's 181bhp 1.6-litre turbocharged engine
The rear of the concept has been converted into a cargo area
The pick-up concept has just two seats
Modifications include a modified chassis and off-road tyres
Roof-mounted rack holds the spare wheel and extra lighting
BMW says there are no plans to put the model into production
Tasked with making their own creative vision for the Mini brand, apprentices worked with BMW plant instructors to create the concept car. The Paceman Adventure is powered by the same 181bhp 1.6-litre turbocharged engine as the Cooper S Paceman All4, with the two-seat concept taking the form of a pick-up truck.
Space normally reserved for the rear seats has been removed in the concept, creating a cargo area. Extra space is also created thanks to a roof-mounted rack, which carries the spare wheel.
Modifications to help the Mini take on off-road routes include a modified chassis with larger ground clearance, as well as higher clearance ramps front and rear and a roof-level snorkel air intake. Extra lights and off-road tyres also feature, while the concept is finished in bespoke green metallic paint.
BMW says the model is purely a concept, and there are no plans to put it into production.