Daihatsu 1974

Fellow        
Consorte        
Charmant – new model in November      
Taft – new model      
Hijet (S38)        

Japan

Cosorte based in the Toyota Starlet.
The Taft (TAFT stands for Tough Almighty Fourwheeldrive Transport) is a four-wheel-drive vehicle, similar to the Suzuki Jimny, although a bit larger.

 

Fellow

L38 wb: 2 cyl. 2 stroke
356 cm³
31 PS (SAE)
2 cyl. 2 stroke
356 cm³
37 PS (SAE)
   
Sedan 2-dr 2090 mm SS    
Sedan 4-dr 2090 mm -    
Coupé      
Van (Kombi)   -    

 


Fellow Max (2-cyl, 2-stroke, 360 cm³, 33 hp-SAE)


Fellow Max Hi-Custom (2-cyl, 2-stroke, 360 cm³, 33 hp-SAE)


Fellow Max Wagon (2-cyl, 2-stroke, 360 cm³, 33 hp-SAE)


Fellow Max Hardtop / SS (2-cyl, 2-stroke, 360 cm³, 33/40 hp-SAE)

 

Consorte

wb: 2160 mm 4-cyl. ohv
958 cm³
58 PS (SAE)
4 cyl.
1,2 l.
60 PS
4 cyl.
1,2 l.
68 PS
     
Sedan 2-dr          
Sedan 4-dr       – discontinued    

 


Consorte 1200 Hi-Custom (4-cyl. 1,2 l., 68 hp-SAE)


Consorte 1200 GHL Coupé (4-cyl. 1,2 l., 68 hp-SAE)


Consorte 1200 GS (4-cyl. 1,2 l., 60 hp-SAE or 1,0 l., 58 hp-SAE)

 

Charmant

wb: 2335mm          
Sedan 4-dr          
Van (Kombi)          

 

 

Taft

F10
wb: 2025 mm
958 cm³        
Softtop          
Hardtop          

 

The first Taft was the F10, introduced in 1974. It was equipped with a 1.0 L (958 cc) petrol engine and a four-speed transmission with a two-range transfer case. The F10 was available in short-wheel-base (SWB) softtop and hardtop versions.