Students from the Career Tech Education Center in Alabama (USA) decided to make a one-of-a-kind version of the Toyota Tacoma pickup, which received a face from the German BMW 3 Series.
This controversial car was based on the Japanese version of the Toyota Tacoma of the 2001 model, as well as the 1987 BMW 3 Series (325i). As the creators of this pickup say, these were two out-of-order cars, which have now turned into a rather strange first-generation Tacoma with a replaced “face” from the BMW E30.
The end result really grabs attention. In addition to the BMW front end, the wheel center covers have been painted blue and white in an attempt to copy the BMW badge representing the official colors of Bavaria.
The Punisher’s skulls replace the inner pair of headlights, while the driver’s door location is not entirely correct. However, this is an interesting build that almost no one expected to see.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the updated BMW 3 Series received a large curved display in the cabin. An updated BMW 3-Series got into the lens of the spy cameras, having parted with the outer dense layer of camouflage. Only now the dashboard, as before, was carefully disguised.
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