BMW M3 Ute

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BMW has officially denied that they have plans to produce the vehicle that you are looking at, but the fact remains that somebody at BMW did in fact build an M3 ute. Apart from an attempt to gain a very slightly increased market share in Australia, we're a bit confused as to what BMW's motivation for such a thing could possibly be.It is possible that it was simply a prank, intended to give BMW purists strokes, but we'll just have to wait and see. Update: We have learned it was a prank. Photos courtesy of M3POST.com.

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