Japanese students showed Toyota GT86 pickup with Lamborghini Urus appearanceJanuary 11, 2019
The car debuted at the Tokyo Auto Show
Students at the Japanese Automobile College (NATS) presented their new project at the Tokyo Motor Show – a compact pickup with a Lamborghini Urus exterior, built on the basis of a Toyota GT86. The original sport coupe almost completely reworked the body, equipped it with a suspension with increased ground clearance and 20-inch wheels with Nitto tires of dimension 265/50.
The pickup is equipped with an upgraded engine from a conventional GT86. This is a two-liter unit with a GReddy turbocharger, which allowed to increase the return to 270 horsepower and maximum torque to 304 Nm. More information about the project yet.
In 2014, BMW trainees built a pickup truck based on the MINI Paceman crossover. The car is created in a single copy and is certified for driving on public roads.
In 2011, BMW itself built a pickup truck based on the M3 convertible. This car was created as a joke by April 1 and shown at a special event for the press.
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