Daihatsu has been quiet the busy bee at this week's Indonesia International Motor Show having brought along three concepts, including the D-R, D-X and UFC concepts, and the new Ayla, which will launch in the local market.
The Ayla is a small, five-door city car that measures a little over 3.5 meters (~138 inches) long and is offered exclusively with a 1.0-liter three-cylinder gasoline engine that's good for an output of 65-horsepower and 87Nm (64 lb-ft) of peak torque.
The Daihatsu mini was joined at the Indonesian auto show by its Toyota twin named Agya. Built by Daihatsu as part of an OEM agreement between the two companies, the Agya gains a different front bumper and grille design, but other than that, the two models are identical.
Toyota, however, will also offer a TRD S version of the Agya fitted with a mild aero package comprising front and rear aprons, side skirts and alloy wheels along with some minor upgrades to the interior.
The same 1.0-liter unit found in the Ayla powers all Agya models, including the TRD S variant.