Daihatsu has announced plans to introduce four concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show. The most notable is the D-X which resembles a modern-day Smart Roadster.

Daihatsu has announced plans to introduce four concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show.

First and foremost, the D-X looks like a modern-day Smart Roadster. It has a resin body and a turbocharged two-cylinder engine that strikes a "balance between the joy of driving and fuel-efficiency."

The PICO, on the other hand, is a two-seat electric vehicle. Designed for older drivers, the concept has a flat floor to help ingress and egress.

Next up, the FC ShoCase is a boxy toaster-like van that measures 3,395mm long, 1,475mm wide and 1,900mm tall. It is powered by a next-generation fuel cell system which doesn't use any precious metals.

Lastly, Daihatsu will introduce a Mira e:S concept with an exclusive blue sky paint job.

Further details in the press release below.

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