Daihatsu Mud Master-C

Concept Cars 22 Oct 2007
Daihatsu Mud Master-C

At the Tokyo Motor Show Daihatsu will unveil the Mud Master-C (C for Concept), a compact all-terrain vehicle designed for leisure activities. It combines a lightweight body-on-frame construction and durable materials with a rugged and though appearance.


This small, tough transporter leverages adopts a lightweight and compact body-on-frame construction for optimizing durability and cargo capability, while offering off-road capabilities.

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Daihatsu Mud Master-C - InteriorThe exterior design of the Daihatsu Mud Master-C is characterized by a rugged look.

The cargo area can be easily accessed thanks to the three large gullwing doors, designed to make life easier when loading and unloading bicycles in the "mountain bike support" which was designed in collaboration with the leading professional cyclist, Raita Suzuki.

The body-on-frame layout allows for a modular achitecture in which a range of attachments can be combined for a variety of applications, from outdoor sports to work in rough terrain.

The interior features a simple instrument panel with large-screen LCD multi-display and the water-repellent seats, reflecting the car’s rugged image.

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Among the technical features is the hub reduction system, which transfers driving power via gears mounted between the drive shaft and wheel hub, together with large-diameter 16-inch off-road tires. The 370mm ground clearance allows for generous approach, departure and breakover angles.

Daihatsu Mud Master-C - Interior Daihatsu Mud Master-C Daihatsu Mud Master-C - External dimensions

(Source: Daihatsu)

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