Daihatsu is no stranger to the Tokyo Auto Salon, and this year the Japanese manufacturer has come up with another veritable buffet line of show cars for the latest edition of the tuner-centric motor expo, with nine concepts aligned into three distinct styles.

The first is a sporty line-up, comprising Sporza versions of the Thor and Mira hatchbacks and the Sporto Package-equipped Boon. Each are kitted out in a two-tone red-and-black livery, rolling on gold wheels with polished lips and sporty bodykits comprising deeper front bumpers and side skirts with red highlights.

Next up are show cars of a more premium slant, comprising the Move Canbus, Tanto and Thor, wearing pearl white paint with contrasting black accents and flashes of chrome for a more upmarket look. The wheels assigned are of relatively more subdued designs too, in line with the premium slant of the trio.

Save for the Tanto, the premium line-up also gets a contrasting black roof, while the Thor and the Move Canbus gain contrasting black side mirror covers. The Thor and Tanto also appear to have their respective ride heights lowered to match.

The more adventurous set isn’t left out, as rounding up the lot are the Active versions of Daihatsu’s models – the Boon as well as two versions of the Hijet pick-up. The Boon Active gets body cladding around its bumpers, sides and wheel arches along with matte silver and orange accents.

Meanwhile, the twin-cab Hijet gets the off-roader treatment with a raised body, off-road tyres, side steps, front bumper- and roof rack-mounted foglamps, and a marine-themed exterior finish. The single-cab Hijet Truck is given a more classical take, with plain white accents on its front and rear bumpers, roof and cargo tray cover, along with polished hub caps. Which are your favourites, dear readers?