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History of Daihatsu Motors
Daihatsu Motor Company Ltd. is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of “microcars”, with models sold in more than 120 countries around the world.
Daihatsu’s range of small cars, trucks and commercial vehicles ranks it among the top ten automakers in Japan. One of Japan’s most established automakers, the organization has spearheaded its key market segment, creating the world’s first one-liter diesel engine.
Daihatsu has also been the first to recognize in the postwar period, the need for small vehicles with three or four wheels; Therefore, in 1950, the organization presented in a large effective measure of mini-vehicles “little person” (presented in the United States as the “Trimobile”).
As a precautionary measure of their 33.4% stake in the organization, Toyota Motor Corporation maintained the right of veto over Daihatsu; approximately a quarter of the latest generation production is available under the Toyota brand. Despite its exit from advertising in the US.
In 1992, the organization remained a constant global rival in the small automotive and electric car markets. Following its launch, Daihatsu has restored its concentration to highlight innovations such as electric cars and more car windows even in Southeast Asia, particularly in China.