Current Daihatsu models


#1

Below is a current link to Japanese domestic and export Daihatsu offereings. At the end is a visual treat of some classics.

https://www.daihatsu.com/jp/car_information/index.html


#2

Omg I want a coo and a wake and a thor and… more


#3

I want the Cabbie HiJet


#4

I want a naked turbo!


#5

Soo many things have been left unsaid lol


#6

A Fellow please. But not just one, a swag of them. One original, one space frame mid mount bike engine…

Or a new Mira or an Esse (because it’s so bizzare and bland). I have quite enjoyed reading the pdf on them and looking at the wild options. An Esse in blue please, with all the blue interior highlights.


#7

Amid many dull vehicles at the 2017 Tokyo was one make that punched above its belt and eschewed the trend to bring/push EV and automomous cars to this years show.
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I give you the Daihatsu DN Compagno

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Note it’s intended market is for those about to retire whom want to still have fun in life.

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#8

I actually really like this out of all the crap to come out 2017.


#9

2017 Production summary


#10

Daihatsu Concept being shown in 2018

Damn I like that DN Compano.


#11

Some how I missed the release of this Boon Sporza last year. Said to be a “car for women”? Well everyone’s missus should have one, “honey, I’m taking your car - again!”.


#12

A kick back to a 2013 concept vehicle.


#13

Electric 1+1 Daihatsu Pico concept


http://www.carbodydesign.com/2011/11/daihatsu-pico-concept/


#14

Daihatsu Mira Tocot

A three-cylinder 660 CC aspirated (52 HP, 60 Nm) in combination with the CVT, front-or all-wheel drive. The top awd model is about $11 000 (prob US dollars).

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In an unusual name Tocot encrypted phrase To Character (“character”), Comfortableness (“comfort”) and To Convenience (“convenience”). The Japanese claim that the design was attracted by a group of ladies, working in various departments Daihatsu: their ideas have helped to make the machine simple, but beautiful, comfortable and safe. That is suitable for a relaxed and confident driving.


#15

I think i really like it :slight_smile:


#16

Aesthetically it works well and has a shape that will endure. Two door for me please (I don’t think they do one).


#17

I will take the 4 door :slight_smile:


#18

I’d have a four door too. Kind of want a 2dr van and one of these would be a great basis.


#19

The DN Compano hits all the right spots with me too.

Copen owner but I’d trade in a heartbeat.

Currently considering a Wake as they’ve recently arrived in Sydney…


#20

the Tocot looks like an updated version of the L500 Classic which has been really starting to grow on me lately due to it’s quirky looks. A good set of wheels and a two tone paint job would have this really going off i reckon.