Oh, the Humobility!

To commemorate it’s 100th anniversary, Daihatsu has opened a museum (it’s the reverse-D-looking thing on the left)at its headquarters in Ikeda, Osaka Prefecture. Called Humobility World, the four-story hall contains two floors devoted to milestone models such as the 1963 Daihatsu Sport (pictured), 1968 Japan Grand Prix class-winning P5 race car and 1977 Charade, as well as oddball three-wheeled contraptions with names like Bee and Midget.

The rest of the logo-shaped building houses exhibits of concepts, cars for the handicapped, modern Daihatsus and the technology involved in their production.

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