Dacia Dokker Converted into Pick-Up / Dump Truck

Dacia Dokker Pick-Up 6 photos
Photo: Kolle
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The vice president of Dacia recently said that next year, a pickup and an estate model would be launched next year. Even though this looks like a new Dacia Pick Up, it’s actually not. It’s a concersion built by a company called Kolle and based on the Dokker MPV.
And even though it’s called the Dokker Pick-Up, it’s actually more of a compact dump truck, like the ones you see at road works. Inside the tipper bead, interested buyers will be able to store up to 750 kilograms of materials.

The French specialist company who makes this has fitted the tipper with a hydraulic system that can unload the materials and even shake the container loose of any leftover particles.

The vehicle is based on the Dokker Van, which has had its doors, rear glass and roof removed. The remaining structure has had to be strengthened to come with the flexing of the body.
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