Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Daihatsu A-Concept, urban mobility

Daihatsu has unveiled at the Indonesia the A-Concept, a small city car that has low power consumption in their hallmark. Is set to hit the Asian market in just over a year. Although the Japanese brand Daihatsu has an expiration date at the European level, production continues.

The main virtues of this little 'concept' are its low price, still not confirmed, and a fuel consumption of 3.3 liters per 100 kilometers. However, the presentation in the Hall of Indonesia this A-Concept Daihatsu has not been without controversy, and there are many authoritative voices who accuse Japan's brand of plagiarism because the rear light system reminds suspiciously of Aston Martin Cygnet.

In addition to this A-Concept, Daihatsu has unveiled its new technology for fuel economy, S Technology. This has been incorporated into the hitherto unpublished gasoline 2-cylinder, 660 cc, turbocharged direct-injection arrives to deliver a power of 63 hp with maximum torque of 10.2 mkg.

The engine is associated with a CVT transmission, a system of energy recovery from braking and a stop / start that the engine if the speed drops below 7 km /h.

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