At the 39th Tokyo Motor Show in 2005 Daihatsu presented 9 prototype models ( 13 vehicles ) and 9 production models as well as spotlighting its engineering advances.
At the previous Tokyo Motor Shows in 2001 and 2003 was presented the first two models of the car and in 2005 Daihatsu unveiled the third generation of the Ultra Fuel Economy (UFE) which achieves category-leading fuel consumption of 169mpg (72km/litre).
This tremendous fuel economy is achieved with a drag coefficient of just 0.168, one of the world`s lowest, combined with an ultra-lightweight body and a hybrid system of three motors.
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