Daihatsu Motor Co., Japan’s biggest minicar maker, unveiled on Monday its new Move Conte as rising gasoline prices boost demand for fuel-efficient cars.
Daihatsu, 51 percent owned by Toyota Motor Corp., aims to sell 4,000 Move Conte models a month in Japan, the Osaka-based automaker said. The car is priced between ¥1.04 million and ¥1.67 million.
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