Tokyo Motor Show: Tiny Daihatsu Pico EV Concept [Updated]

Tokyo Motor Show: Tiny Daihatsu Pico EV Concept [Updated]

The third Daihatsu concept model that made it to this year's edition of the Tokyo Motor Show is the PICO, a futuristic proposal for a diminutive two-seater EV commuter positioned between small cars and motorcycles.

At 2,400mm long, 1,000mm wide and 1,530mm tall with a wheelbase of 1,830mm, the Daihatsu concept is much smaller than the Smart Fortwo, yet it has space for two passengers sitting in tandem-style.

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