Daihatsu has introduced a new concept car, at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, the so-called D-Base, in a premiere.
After being teased not too long ago, the new Daihatsu D-Base Concept is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the automaker officially pulling the wraps off its body, during the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. The model in question has been described as the embodiment of the next-gen of compact cars and it’s bringing a two-tone exterior finish, along with the unique front bumper, the distinctive greenhouse, the sporty side skirts, the tailgate mounted spoiler, the LED headlights and the alloy wheels, which are contributing to its final looks.
Daihatsu is continuing the same two-tone styling in the cabin of the D-Base Concept as well where we can find the blue and white upholstery on the seats and on the dashboard, along with the floating infotainment system, the digital instrument cluster, the metallic accents and several other goodies. Under the hood of the new one-off vehicle signed by Daihatsu there is a small 0.66 liter three-cylinder petrol burner, connected to a CVT. The model is also said to get the regenerative braking system and the fuel consumption stands at just 3 liters / 100 km (94.1 mpg UK / 78.4 mpg US). More details on the new Daihatsu D-Base Concept remain unknown for the moment.