Daihatsu Mebius S Hybrid vehicle is a result of a partnership between Daihatsu and Toyota. This launch is part of the business collaboration in the environmental technology field in Japan agreed. In fact, the Mebius is the second hybrid vehicle supplied under this agreement. The hybrid hides under its hood a 1.8 liter hybrid system and achieves a low fuel consumption of 26.2 km/l in JC08 mode. This is possible thanks to the synergy created by a Cd value of 0.29, outstanding aerodynamic performance and weight red
Fahrmitgas.de has pull-off the wraps on its extravagantly styled, camouflage mini off-roader Daihatsu Terios DESERT MOUSE. Just like all the brand’s conversions, the all-new DESERT MOUSE is fitted with an autogas unit, thanks to which the ride’s 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 105 horsepower (77 kW) is capable
The Inden-Design Tuner has a quite experience in tuning of Daihatsu cars. One of their latest projects is ICECUBE, which is based on Daihatsu Materia and features new paint, complete body kit, new wheels, sports exhaust system and some interior upgrades. Materia received VIP painting in matt white for „just” 5 500 Euro giving the car unique individual optics. The vehicle is equipped with entire body kit consisting of an extension set for 448,00 Euro, original front bumper with integra
Daihatsu announced the minor redesign of the compact SUV Terios. Exports of the new Terios will commence in November, initially focusing on Europe. The Terios (Japanese name: Be-go) was launched in February 2006 as a "tough yet casual SUV" and exports of the vehicle were begun. It won wide support among customers as a new vehicle genre that combines the drivability of an SUV and convenience of a compact vehicle with the functionality of a station
Daihatsu now has the perfect answer for belt-tightening motorists wishing to downsize but not down-spec. For its most popular model – the Sirion supermini – has now been expanded to include more luxury models badged simply ‘+’. The extra equipment on Sirion ‘+’ models comprises a large electric sun-roof with a rain-sensing and anti-trap feature, front fog lamps, side protection mouldings, leather steering wheel and leather gear-knob for manual models. The more luxurious �
DAIHATSU MOTOR CO., LTD. (Daihatsu) and Perodua, Daihatsu's joint venture vehicle manufacture and sales company in Selangor, Malaysia, today announced the minor redesign of a compact car, the Myvi. An event to mark the launch of the new vehicle was held in Kuala Lumpur. The Myvi was developed jointly by Perodua and Daihatsu in May 2005. Since then the vehicle has been a top-selling model, with cumulative sales exceeding 252,000 units, and has been well-received by a wide range of users across generational lines.
Daihatsu believes it may have found its biggest fan in John MacKay from Axminster in Devon. Having bought five new cars in two and-a-half years, John has sampled each of the models in the current Daihatsu line-up. Looking to replace his wife’s car with something a little sportier, the couple were bowled over by the diminutive delights of the special edition Copen Vivid and placed an order with Chris Renfree, Sales Manager at their local dealer, Central Motors Chard straight after their