Crazy car projects have been seen before and, when youâ€™re reading the title for the first time, you might think this is one of them. Not quite, though. This MINI has more in its sleeve than you might think. At the moment, the general consensus agrees that the MINI Paceman is not a rather beautiful car and that it could use a bit more style. In that regard, some interns over at BMW decided to try and reinterpret its body shape into... what else but a pick-up ? Said and done. They set out to create the first road-legal MINI pick-up and, after a lot of work, they were somehow successful. The car looks great and itâ€™s wearing the brand new Jungle Green Metallic paint. In order to transform the Paceman this car was based on, the roof was removed and only 2 seats were kept. The bed starts right behind the driverâ€™s seat and the body was reinforced to cope with losing the roof. Speaking of which, up top, a set of reflectors was installed for a more Ute-like look, while bigger, off-road tires are now covering the light alloy wheels. If you live in Australia this might actually tickle your fancy, but other people around the world might also be interested in such a car. Unfortunately, the 4DV3N7UR3 Paceman is just a project now and mass production wonâ€™t follow.