Built by students and their instructors at the BMWs plant in Munich and Dingolfing, the Mini Paceman Adventure is road legal, off-road ready and unfortunately, not intended for production. What a shame, since it's the first Paceman we actually like.
The Mini Paceman just got a refresh, and just like the last one, I'm sure we'll find it to be
absolutely detestable okay. And good news, for people that like their cars to have the word Mini on the front and yet look like oversize steroidal pillows everywhere else, it looks pretty much the same.
We've always thought that the Mini Paceman was an awful unfunny prank that Mini was playing on the world at large. Thankfully, Mini might have realized that. The Paceman might die.
Experts have debated about whether cars can be considered art pieces since the early twentieth century when the French and the British started to come up with possibly the most beautiful automobiles ever made. Now MINI did something that turns the otherwise ugly Pacemen into a piece of art, too. They sort of blew it…
Mini has an established reputation of being as quirky as possible, no matter how pointless and far away from the original car their vehicles get.
The BMW Group will be focusing on front-wheel drive at the upcoming Paris Motor Show.
Driving all four wheels with just two doors, the Mini Paceman concept shows how Mini can evoke a mini Evoque with bits of the Countryman. A six speed manual stirring 211 hp? Why can't we have more like this?
Mini's entry in the 2011 Detroit auto show concept car sweepstakes is a two-door crossover design concept combining elements of coupe and Countryman with some new style tweaks. Will it be a countrymouse or a future rally monster?