Daihatsu has revealed two Kopen concepts which will be shown to the public in November at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show.
About a week ago we heard rumors about Daihatsu planning to revive the Copen and today the oldest Japanese automaker has announced two concepts wearing the "Kopen" nameplate will be exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show next month. The blue and orange cars seen in the attached photos depict the RMZ version while the green one is the XMZ model which has gained body cladding for a more rugged approach.
Both of them share the same physical dimensions: 3395mm (133.6 inches) length, 1475mm (58 inches) width and 1275mm (51 inches) height, with power coming from a three-cylinder 660cc engine mated to a CVT featuring steering-wheel mounted paddles.
At the same auto event in Tokyo we will also see Honda's new S660 concept which serves as a preview for a new Beat-like model due in Japan in 2015.