2014 Daihatsu Mira e: S Mini is updated

Posted on Monday, 14 July 2014 , 17:07:12 byTheodora

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2014 Daihatsu Mira e: S Mini is updated

Daihatsu, the Japanese company, is a modern firm with increased awareness of the cause-effect relationship between cars and the environment. This is exactly why their goal is to manufacture small vehicles with a high level of fuel efficiency and with an affordable price. Keeping the same spirit, the company will introduce an upgraded version of the 2014 Daihatsu Mira e: S Mini.

The 2014 Daihatsu Mira e: S Mini has been declared the “third eco-friendly car” that delivers high fuel efficiency next to affordability. The latest refinements bring nothing more than improved fuel efficiency. The car’s powering unit received some updates and now offers higher compression ratio as well as the adoption of Atkinson cycle technology and a dual injector. The energy management evolves through the improvement of Eco Power Generation Control. This enables the small car to obtain fuel efficiency of 35.2 km/l, being the best result for a gasoline engine vehicle.

Upgrading the 2014 Daihatsu Mira e: S Mini doesn’t stop only to engine tweaks. The vehicle also receives a new Black Interior Package. It contains full black-based interior, including black seat upholstery, 16 cm 4 door speakers, leather-bound steering wheel and audio panel. However, the remarkable thing keeps remaining the e:S technology, which provides improved combustion efficiency, reduced running resistance, and enhanced energy efficiency.

The keys to the Daihatsu evolution are: power train, vehicle, energy management evolution. Another notable element is the tire deflector that has been added for the rear tires. It reduces air resistance in the time of driving. The energy management has evolved through the adoption of Eco Power Generation Control, which reduces the engine load and delivers better fuel economy. These being said, you need to judge the performance offered by the Japanese.