2013 Daihatsu D-R Concept
This Daihatsu D-R Concept makes us remember to the Daihatsu Copen. But this concept goes more modern, with an oversized front fascia, Audi-style aluminum windshield frame and a leather-lavished interior that has a zero-percent chance of making it to production. In addition, it is also 100-percent more attractive than the similarly sized D-X Concept that was shown at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show.
As far as the features have concerned, the fully functional Daihatsu D-R Concept is powered by a 600cc turbocharged two-cylinder engine. Before you get the full press release from the company, just click and check out the gallery below for getting some details.
2013 Daihatsu D-R Concept
P.T. Astra Daihatsu Motor (ADM), a subsidiary of DAIHATSU MOTOR CO., LTD. (Daihatsu) in Indonesia, plans to exhibit four concept cars, including the UFC, which will be shown for the first time anywhere in the world, and AYLA, which is set to reach the market, along with a range of new technologies at the 20th Indonesia International Motor Show to be held from Thursday September 20 to Sunday September 30, 2012 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
For this year’s Indonesia International Motor Show, Daihatsu has adopted the slogan “Daihatsu is Best Friend of Life,” and will demonstrate Daihatsu’s corporate group attitude of offering vehicles suitable for Indonesian life using fuel-efficient, eco-friendly, and affordable technologies for compact cars.
UFC is a concept car that ADM took the lead in developing, using Daihatsu’s expertise in compact cars, which has been honed through manufacturing mini vehicles. ADM has carefully studied customers’ needs in Indonesia and has achieved a compact body, stylish design, and large interior space. The seats can be arranged in different ways and the car has slide doors. The ADM is surprisingly convenient and can be used in a range of living conditions in Indonesia. It conforms to the theme of the exhibition: “Best Friend of Life.”
D-R and D-X express surprise and amusement stemming from completely different styles on the same chassis. D-R is stylish and elegant, while D-X is tough and aggressive. A resin-based body whose parts are interchangeable allows owners to enjoy two different styles. The car has a two-cylinder engine with direct-injection turbo. With this engine, Daihatsu has pursued conventional technology and struck a balance between the joy of driving and fuel efficiency. The vehicle offers a driving experience with that sense of oneness between driver and vehicle that only a compact car can provide, as well as a new form for a sports car.
FC Show CASE, developed as a zero-emission, next-generation mobility solution, employs a next-generation unit equipped with liquid fuel cells that contain no precious metals. With this offering, Daihatsu suggests new possibilities for a compact car as a zero-emission vehicle that leads the way to a secure and free energy future.
ADM will exhibit five units of the AYLA, soon to reach the market, including two vehicles with
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