GIIAS 2015: Daihatsu FX Concept Makes Global DebutAuto News
The Daihatsu FX Concept made its global debut at the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show today, previewing a five-seater crossover.
As you can see the concept showcases a modern design with a front fascia that features slim LED headlamps, an angular air intake flanked by LED daytime running lights, and a silver skid plate at the bottom.
The rear sees a pretty angular set of headlamps which have chrome surrounds, by a chrome stripe that has the Daihatsu logo in the middle. At the bottom of the rear bumper, is a skid plate as well with a pair of twin exhaust tips slotted right beside it as well.
Inside, the modern cabin gets bright leather upholstery on the seats and dashboard. Elsewhere, the centre console extends all the way down the front cabin, housing the gear selector, electric parking brake, and other controls. The driver is greeted by a digital display that shows the car’s current speed and tachometer. Meanwhile, the rear sees uniquely designed seats and passengers have the luxury of a large moon roof as well.
No further details have been provided for the FX Concept yet pertaining to its powertrain but we do understand that this could be a preview for a sub-Daihatsu Terios/Toyota Rush. Remember the Perodua Nautica?