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The Daihatsu Copen XPlay Brings Back Weird Sports Cars

Last updated on August 7, 2019

The Daihatsu Copen XPlay Brings Back Weird Sports Cars

https://jalopnik.com/the-daihatsu-copen-xplay-brings-back-weird-sports-cars-1831320007One of the cutest was the first-generation Daihatsu Copen. Copen, according to Daihatsu, means “Community of Open car life.” Catchy name. Introduced in 2002, it was sold for a decade with production ending in 2012. The early ‘00s were a great time for trendy hard top convertibles with manufactures pumping out models such as the Peugeot 206CC, Opel Tigra, and even the Chevy SSR. The popularity of the original Copen led Daihatsu to bring it back without too much time lost, unveiling a second generation in 2014. It proved to be a surprise hit for Daihatsu with over 10,000 units sold in the first year. Five years on, the Copen has expanded its range to three different versions with a special limited run fixed-roof Coupe announced in early 2019. The Daihatsu Copen XPlay Brings Back Weird Sports Cars

 

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