As Yoshihiro Fujibayashi, Studio Leader, Styling Division, Daihatsu Motor Co, Ltd said: "We tried to give the car sculpture-like dimensions and a sense of quality. Look at the handsome, chiselled face around the headlamps, the animated and dynamic side view and the rear combination lamps integrated into the bodylines. "All of these features are meticulously designed not in order to create an eye-catching exterior but to give the car a sense of quality. The result? An exterior with an undeniable sense of presence in town."
Arguably the most stylish small 4x4 on the market, the totally new Daihatsu Terios has a dynamic, fun-to-drive appearance with strong off-road styling cues yet short front and rear overhangs, a long wheelbase and especially wide tracks and body width.
Its roomy, four-door, five-seat body succeeds in being compact yet practical, avoiding the bulk, high fuel consumption and negative image of some 4x4s.
The Most Reliable, Durable and Economical Truck around. The Delta features several engineering points that make this truck outstanding for reliability, minimises maintenance and downtime and maximises performance. Power steering, steering height adjustment, low lookout windows and wide cab mean that there is optimal driver comfort at all times, and for all sizes.
Concept vehicles or show vehicles are prototypes made to showcase a concept, new styling and new technology. They are often shown at motor shows to gauge customer reaction to new and radical designs which may or may not have a chance of being produced.
Concept cars never go into production directly; in modern times all would have to undergo many changes before the design is finalized for the sake of practicality, safety and cost. Here are the latest concept vehicles from Daihatsu!
DAIHATSU celebrated its centennial in March 2007 with a lot of support from our customers. We have been working to develop our business under the slogan "making small cars loved around the world." The Group has now formulated its new policy and slogan with new-found resolve to pursue its mission and to globalize its operations. We believe that the demand for small cars will increase along with expectations of what they can offer as people become more aware of environmental issues and social change, and as consumer values diversify.
In addition to striving to innovate all our operations as they relate to both our customers and society as a whole and responding flexibly to the changing times and market demand, we will continue to make advances in auto making. We would like you to look forward to Daihatsu's new start toward the next 100 years of achievement.