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Mike Stevens | Nov, 16 2011 | 2 Comments

Daihatsu's on a roll. On the heels of last week's transforming D-X concept comes the Pico, a tiny two-seater city-car concept.

Predictably, the Pico is powered by an all-electric arrangement, offering a driving range of around 50 kilometres and a two-hour recharge time. Top speed is 50km/h, so you'll want to stay off the freeways.

Measuring 2400mm long and weighing in at just 400kg, the Pico concept is more of a four-wheeled tandem bike, thanks to the passenger seat being positioned directly behind the driver.

There isn't a lot about the Pico that is revolutionary, although the LED panels are a unique touch, displaying information and warnings for nearby pedestrians.

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