Daihatsu Rocky Is Ready To Launch

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Daihatsu Rocky is ready to launch

Daihatsu and Toyota are of course aware that the SUV or crossover market is booming and good to be the backbone of sales, and this is happening all over the world. No wonder they are expanding their crossover line, for example, now there is a Toyota Yaris Cross, a new Daihatsu Taft has also appeared and if there are ToyoDai twins, there is a new Toyota Raize and Daihatsu Rocky.

Daihatsu Rocky Is Ready To Launch

Daihatsu Rocky Is Ready To Launch

Speaking of Daihatsu Rocky, people are no strangers to hearing the name Daihatsu Rocky. Of course, because the Daihatsu Rocky is a boxy SUV and looks solid, this new Rocky is arguably very different from the old Rocky. However, it seems that the new Daihatsu Rocky can easily attract new users who need a crossover or small SUV to use in the city.

Then, when did Astra Daihatsu Motor as APM Daihatsu test Daihatsu Rocky? Here is the answer, the picture sent by our photographer shows a small crossover covered in white camouflage. Judging from the figure, most likely this is Daihatsu Rocky. Not a Toyota Raize? Hmm … They are twins, but it makes more sense if we consider them Rocky.

Daihatsu Rocky will use the DNGA chassis, which stands for Daihatsu New Global Architecture which is still a relative of Toyota’s TNGA. If marketed, the Daihatsu Rocky will be the first Daihatsu to use the DNGA chassis. This car has a cabin that can accommodate 5 people and some luggage. Why not just 7 people? Yes, if you want a Daihatsu SUV that can accommodate 7 people, please go to Terios.

Engine is important, too early if we count now, but remember that Daihatsu has a chance to test a 1,000 cc turbo engine for one purpose. You can do research, you can also make new cars, but also interesting if there is a turbo crossover from Daihatsu. Interestingly, even before it was launched, we already knew that Daihatsu Rocky had to challenge the KIA Sonet and Nissan Magnite which will also be launching here. What do you think? Post it in the comments section!

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