Tokyo Motor Show Preview: Daihatsu's FC凸DECK and Deca-Deca Concepts

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What's in a name, you ask? Honestly, we don't know what "FC凸DECK" stands for, though we're guessing some of you bad boys and gals might have a cheeky smirk on their face as they look at the name on the screen now…

So, Daihatsu tells us that the concept mini truck is 3,395mm long, 1,475mm wide and 1,985mm tall, and that it draws its power from a fuel-cell system. If it looks familiar, it's probably because you remember Daihatsu's FC Sho Concept mini van from the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. Interestingly, the Japanese company has also developed a free standing power generator for the FC-Deck.

Joining the concept truck as well as the Kopen roadster studies that we showed you earlier today at Daihatsu's 2013 Tokyo Motor Show booth, is the Deca-Deca kei car van.

The 3,395mm long, 1,475mm wide and 1,850mm tall mini (we're guessing that the two concepts are based on the same platform), sports rear sliding doors on both sides of the car, and according to Daihatsu, it offers a variety of seating arrangements inside.


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