The Perodua Alza has been around since 2009, and have you ever wondered what a successor might look like? Well, these renders might give us some idea of just that, and it certainly appears to be quite striking.

As the current model is based on a Daihatsu model, specifically the Boon Luminas, the car in this render uses a Mira e:S as its base. The big change at the front involves the car’s headlights, which adopt a two-tier design akin to what you’ll see on the Citroen C4 Picasso.

Elsewhere, the Perodua logo replaces the Japanese brand’s, and you also get the current Alza’s side mirrors in place of the donor vehicle’s pair. The rear receives a total overhaul here, with a flatter tailgate and taillights that are flush with the rearmost pillars. The latter differs from the long, vertical units used in the current model.

You’ll also spot a shoulder line that escalates quickly towards the end, rising above the rear light, as well as blacked-out sections of the rear pillars to create a ‘floating roof’ look. Add in the Perodua and Alza badges, and it certainly looks quite convincing.

In Japan, the Mira e:S is powered by a 660 cc petrol engine with 49 PS and 57 Nm of torque. Paired with a CVT automatic, the car can be had in two- or all-wheel drive configurations. Safety kit includes autonomous emergency braking, collision warning function and automatic high beam, among others.

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GALLERY: Daihatsu Mira e:S