Daihatsu A-Concept unveiled at Indonesian show

The Daihatsu brand has just revealed a new concept vehicle at the 2011 Indonesian International Motor Show. Named the A-Concept this small hatch is designed to appeal to the local Indonesian market where where compact, economical and practical vehicles are always in demand.

The concept was developed to express the theme of “Driving Heart to Green Living”, whatever that really means. Exact details haven’t been released on the car, but there is confirmation that the model will go into production for the asian market. The A-concept will likely serve as the base for the next-generation Daihatsu Mira sold in Japan.

The Toyota-owned Daihatsu brand remains strong in areas of Asia but is no longer available in the Australian market and will exit Europe in 2013.

There has been no announcement if we will see the A-concept come to NZ in any form.

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