The company Daihatsu has published the first images of the concept D-Base, which she plans to bring to the car show in Tokyo.
The current generation of Daihatsu Mira on the market since 2006, so it is logical to assume that the company is developing a new model. The D-Base concept will probably show how the replacement for Mira will look.
The dimensions of the concept are 3.4 meters in length, 1.48 meters in width and 1.49 meters in height. It is worth paying attention to the fact that we are probably already pre-series version. Of course, some things will be simplified, but in general the serial model will retain the overall design of the concept.
For performance is responsible for a tiny 3-cylinder 0.66-liter gasoline engine, which operates with a continuously variable transmission. The fuel consumption is promised at the level of 3 liters per 100 km.
More information we learn on October 29, when the car will be presented in Tokyo.