Daihatsu D-R Concept Debuts at the Indonesian Motor Show

Daihatsu has revealed a D-R concept at the Indonesian Motor Show.

The D-R concept is obviously a conceptual successor to the Copen, that is no longer available in Europe due to Daihatsu’s last year announcement to withdraw from the European market effective from 31 January 2013 because of the ongoing strength of the Japanese Yen.

The D-R concept is fully functional and powered by a 600cc turbocharged two-cylinder engine.


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