During the Tokyo Motor Show, Daihatsu previewed a vehicle that caught our attention. It’s a subcompact crossover that has the potential to be a hit in the Philippines. However, there is a bit of an odd thing about it: It doesn’t have a name yet. This Daihatsu crossover is one of the surprises during the motor show. They yet to be named model is actually slated for production pretty soon, meaning what you’re looking at here is no concept. Do also note that, there might actually be a possibility of it being sold here with due to the fact that Toyota owns a large chunk of Daihatsu. After all, the Avanza, Rush, and Wigo are Daihatsu products that wear a Toyota badge and a slightly different look. While it doesn’t have a name (yet), at least Daihatsu has a spec sheet for the yet to be named crossover. It’s a hair under four meters long (3,995 mm), putting it right in the subcompact category of crossovers. It weighs 980 kilograms too, which is very light for any crossover. The engine on the other hand is a turbocharged 1.0-liter engine that’s good for 98 PS and 140 Nm of torque. Drive is courtesy of a continuously variable transmission and it is fro...