Year in Review: Hottest Concept Cars of 2019

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Daihatsu Tsumu Tsumu — Tokyo
Daihatsu sold vehicles in America for a few years in the early 1990s, and now it is wholly-owned by Toyota. America won’t be getting any new models built by Daihatsu; that said, the unusual vehicles that the company debuted in Tokyo would have never made it onto U.S roads anyway. The Tsumu Tsumu is Daihatsu’s vision of the next-generation Kei truck, which is a vehicle category of the smallest passenger cars, trucks and vans that are highway legal in Japan. Diminutive, nimble workhorses, Kei trucks are quite popular in Japan as utility vehicles, and there is growing interest in America (among the tragically hip) about these fun, quirky rides.

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