Reader Piji spotted these two heavily taped up hatchbacks on test en route back to his kampung earlier today. It seems to be like both the original Toyota Passo/Daihatsu Boon as well as the Perodua version (next generation Perodua Myvi) are on test together.

The picture above with the number plate B1322A is certainly the new Myvi on test – compared to the original Boon/Passo, the number plate has been moved up to the hatchlid instead of positioned on the bumper, and the tail lamps have a more vertical shape compared to the smaller Passo tail lamps.

This baby looks like the original Toyota/Daihatsu vehicle, with the trade plate B1331A. Notice the smaller and bulgier tail lamps, the rear number plate on the bumper, and a handle to open the hatch exposed. The smaller tail lamps give the Japanese market look a cuter and more bulbous appearance compared to Perodua’s take on the styling.

Even though the next generation Perodua Myvi is disguised quite heavily in these set of pics, we previously posted another set which features very minimal disguise on the rear of the car, you can check them out here, or in a gallery after the jump.

Look after the jump for the full spyshot gallery.

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