The Daihatsu D-X concept was a highly versatile vehicle which took center stage on Daihatsu’s display stand at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. The idea behind the Daihatsu D-X was to make a single vehicle which could fulfil a number of varied roles.
The Daihatsu D-X concept featured a chassis which measures 3.3 metres (10.8 feet) long and 1.4 metres (4.6 feet) wide. Onto this, four different body styles can be easily bolted on so the vehicle can morph from a track racer, into a roadster, into a hatchback end up as a mini off-roader.
Powering the Daihatsu D-X concept is a tiny little 0.66 litre two-cylinder, direct-injection, turbocharged engine.
Source: Daihatsu via Carscoop