Following their exhibition theme of "wonderful small vehicles - the future form," Daihatsu presented a wide variety of interesting concepts at Tokyo, most of them quite small and quite creative. Calling the D-Bone its "rude boy," Daihatsu promises the styling of this skeletal four-seater dune buggy will "set you free," (though some might add, "at least until it starts raining"). A simple design of circles and lines combines an abundance of metallic textures with sand and water-resistant flooring and seat upholstery to build a car that promises an explosion of freedom for its passengers. Radical touches like buggy-looking lamps and cycle fenders announce its license for full-contact fun. Underhood, a 656-cc three-cylinder turbocharged engine transfers power via four-wheel-drive for an exhilarating open-air ride of a sports car.