Spied: BMW M3 Pick-Up?

Seriously, a BMW M3 pick-up?  First it was the BMW X6, then it was the 5-Series GT, and now… a pick-up based on the M3. Looks like BMW has ran out of ideas for the niche market.

Crazy as it seems there may actually be a market for the M3 pick-up, especially down under where the Aussies still worship their 425 horsepower (317 kW) 6.2 liter V8 Holden Commodore pick-up, or just simply, Ute in Aussie speak.

Nevertheless, the pick-up conversion is professionally done. With a lighter rear end, the M3 pick-up should turn out to be a fantastic drift machine. The cargo area could also be used to carry 2 BMW motorcycles. Certain sources say this could also possibly be a special pace-car for events such as the 24-hour race at the Nurburgring.

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