- Mini van concept
- Gullwing door provides shelter and serving hatch
- Flexible floor space means multipurpose commercial use
- Launched at the Tokyo Motor Show
NOW here’s a cracking idea from Daihatsu – the Daihatsu Tempo.
It’s a pop-up shop style van and can be used for selling coffee, ice cream or displaying equipment when you want to mobile.
It was displayed by Daihatsu at the Tokyo Show. It’s a concept at the moment but the van’s small dimensions but large interior space make it ideal for mobile vendors.
Daihatsu explains the Tempo as a ‘new genre-space commercial vehicle’ – in other words a mobile sales van that can make full use of the Tempo’s flexible floor space.
The Tempo features a large gull-wing door with LED lighting installed on the passenger-seat side – good for serving coffee and teas – while the digital sign mounted on the van’s side can be used as a signboard.
There are no plans yet for the mini commercial vehicle to enter production, but the Daihatsu Tempo would make an eye-catching statement in any urban location.
Bring it on Daihatsu!