The company Daihatsu showed in Tokyo four concept

At the Tokyo Motor Show in 2015, the Japanese company Daihatsu showed just four different prototype. One is the Noriori concept for people with disabilities. This car has large sliding doors and special platforms that allow to call the salon in a wheelchair from the side or from behind. Interestingly, the parking concept automatically lowers the ride height, which also contributes to easy embarkation/disembarkation. Inside Daihatsu Noriori spacious enough and have enough space even for two passengers with wheelchairs. Another concept that Daihatsu will show in Tokyo, will Hinata. It is a kind of successor to kei car Move Conte. The main feature of the concept is its multi-functional interior with easily modifiable landing scheme. Overall dimensions of the prototype are: 3400 mm long, 1480 mm wide and 1670 mm in height. Attention should be paid, and the concept of a compact van Tempo, which experts Daihatsu built on a lightweight front-wheel platform. The Japanese car turned into a kind of “counter on wheels”, perfect for the fruit trade and cocktails. Fourth novelty for the Tokyo Motor Show 2015 will be the kei car D-Base. The concept has the same length and width as Hinata, however, its height is less than 180 mm. The press has already named a successor prototype compact city car Daihatsu Mira. Note that all four prototypes are equipped with 0.66-liter petrol engine with three cylinders. The motor is combined with a CVT and features high fuel efficiency. Thus, the claimed fuel consumption when driving in mixed mode is less than 3.0 liters per 100 kilometers. Other details of the concepts will be announced directly to the Tokyo Motor Show, which will be opened October 30, 2015.

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