Daihatsu minicar’s looks go beyond painted sheetmetal.
TURIN – Daihatsu executes a full model change for its ultra-compact Copen 2-seat convertible. The new generation introduces a design strategy banking on alternative styles that “dress” the car structure with different body panels. The goal is to give the minicar added value by allowing drivers to express their individuality, as well as offer impressive driving performance. Daihatsu brings both a new perspective and new approach to development and production of this ...
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