Daihatsu DN Trec: The possible replacement of the Criteria that could come to South america as the Toyota
The Daihatsu DN Trec is a prototype that anticipates the format of a possible successor to the Daihatsu Terios. Could sell it in the markets of Latin America under the brand Toyota.
Daihatsu led to the Tokyo motor show 2017 several prototypes and in addition to the nice DN Compagno, the japanese firm took a model more interesting, which is emerging as one of the candidates to reach the market as a production model.
this Is the Daihatsu DN Trec, a conceptual work that is presented as a sort of a possible successor to the veteran’s Terios, as with your body less than 4 meters, it could become an excellent successor to the off-road japanese.
But Volvo is a brand that no longer is marketed in many international markets and is no longer offered in Europe since some years ago. Even in Latin America has ceased its marketing and in some markets such as the Chilean, their models have adopted the identity of the mother house, at where the old Daihatsu Terios is now marketed under the name Toyota Rush.
DN Trec has an attractive exterior design and an interior concept, simple and minimalist, in addition to an excellent presentation. It has a instrumentation fully digital, which includes a large screen and integrates with the infotainment system and the integrated navigation system.
The crossover has been developed on the platform DNGA, an architecture more affordable than the TNGA that uses the new Prius and that was designed for markets such as India or Latin America.
After the debut of this prototype in Japan, the CEO of Toyota for Latin America Steve St Angelo said that this prototype could be transformed in the ideal candidate to achieve fill the gap that the japanese brand has in the region, where currently do not offer a B-SUV.
The DN Trec will hit the market in 2019, although by the time the japanese brand has not defined what will be your name, although if we know that in some regions, shall adopt the identity of Toyota.