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by Brett Davis

Daihatsu has unveiled an all-new Daihatsu A-Concept compact hatch at the 2011 Indonesian International Motor Show in Jakarta. The A-Concept may form the basis for an upcoming compact production car which could be sold in Asian markets.

The A-Concept comes from Astra Daihatsu Motor (ADM), Daihatsu’s Indonesian auto department, and previews what could be in store for the Indonesian market in the future. It offers sleek modern styling with a matching chic interior, paired with the practicality and economy of a mirco hatch.

Official details of the A-Concept are yet to been released but Daihatsu says the car was designed and inspired with a focus on “Driving Heart to Green Living”. The company said in a recent statement that in coming up with the design,

“ADM took the initiative in planning and designing this model with the aim of establishing it as a close partner for the user by offering excellent design, large interior and trunk space, and fuel efficiency encapsulated in a compact body.”

Reports say the concept may eventually hit production in some form and go on sale in certain Asian and Indonesian markets. It may also be the foundations for an upcoming Daihatsu Mira in Japan.

Overall though what do you think of the look, as far as compact cars go? Let us know in the comments section below.




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