More's the pity

Apart from the steering wheel, seats and pedals, everything about this coupe convertible is tiny.

Daihatsu is no longer sold in Australia. A shame, really, because if the D-X ever makes it to production, we won't ever see it in a showroom.

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Autobots, roll out!

The little convertible transforms into a coupe thanks to its two-piece folding roof.

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A world in miniature

The tiny D-X is powered by an equally minuscule two-cylinder turbo engine.

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Two please

There's not much to the car's rather spartan cabin, but it should seat two not-overly-large individuals in reasonable comfort.

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The forebear

One day the D-X could replace the Copen that's still on sale in Japan.

Derek Fung travelled to the Tokyo Motor Show as a guest of Toyota Australia.

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