Daihatsu Sends Eight Concepts To Indonesia Motor Show Photo:
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Trevor Collett | Sep, 25 2013 | 7 Comments

Daihatsu may have exited Australia some time ago, but it's been keeping busy in other markets around the world, including Indonesia.

This week, the Japanese carmaker has unveiled no less than eight concepts at the Indonesia International Motor Show.

Two crossovers, four hatchs, one MPV and a two-door make up the eight concepts, with all designs reflecting the traditionally compact nature of Daihatsu cars.

The two crossover concepts are the CUV and the AYLA X-Track. The CUV features a split rear tailgate assembly and flexible rear seating and could be a preview of the next Terios while the AYLA X-Track is an off-road version of the existing AYLA, which is already on sale.

Two more AYLA concepts are also on show - the AYLA Luxury and the AYLA GT – appealing to up-market and sports-minded customers respectively as the names suggest.

The UFC2 MPV concept is an evolution of the UFC concept exhibited at last year’s Indonesia International Motor Show. Daihatsu says it’s easy to drive, with an interior big enough to seat seven people.

Two shrunken versions of the AYLA in the form of the NC-Y and NC-Z concepts are also on show. Designed to be a modern interpretation of the Daihatsu Mira, the NC concepts may point to a future direction for the compact carmaker.

Finally, there’s the D-R Estate which is another evolved concept from last year. The D-R Estate carries subtle styling cues from the Daihatsu Copen, and is equipped with the Copen’s 660cc engine.

Daihatsu’s stand at the motor show will feature the slogan “Daihatsu Sahabatku” (“Daihatsu is our best friend”).

The Indonesia International Motor Show concludes Sunday, September 29.

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