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Bmw M3 Bakkie version

5 April 2011 6 Comments

Let your inner Boer drool over these images of an M3 bakkie that BMW actually was created, and tested on the Nurburgring, for its 1 April festivities. The once-off design shares its 309kW heart that of the M3 Coupe and features a super stylish Targa roof as well as the ability to haul 10 sets of semi slicks in its aluminium-clad load bin, which has a payload of 450kg.

 

Unfortunately this M3 version of a Bakkie will most likely never be produced. But if it was to be put on the production line would you buy one if you had the money?


6 Comments »

  • Angelo said:

    would be nice to see bmw make this 1-can you see a bmw lumina ute race? Awesome!

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    Blair Reply:

    Yea it would be crazy, however this was a April 1st joke by BMW it seems, but if you ask me I reckon it was a bit of a feeler!

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    Angelo Reply:

    We can only hope its a feeler! This would stir up a whole new market segment for bmw. Joke or not this is a cool car!

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    Blair Reply:

    Yea, would be really great to see this car put into production… Imagine how insane it would be on the roads, I really think Chev would have to step up the Lumina SS UTE
    Im not to much of a fan of the checker plate at the back, but that can all be changed to a rubberized bin.

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  • Rhaan said:

    wow very very nice

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  • Sizwe said:

    that’s an awesome concept, also inlcude a metalic bin tonneau cover, that would be nice!!!

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