The Daihatsu Opti is a kei car produced by Japanese automaker Daihatsu from 1992 to 2002. It is available with a 659 cc petrol engine and either front- or four-wheel drive. It is a variant from the Daihatsu Mira.
The first generation Daihatsu Opti was launched in Japan in 1992. It was based on L200 chassis of Daihatsu Mira. It was available as a three-door or five-door hatchback and replaced the Daihatsu Leeza. The Opti Club Sport version was featured in Gran Turismo 2. In November 1998, it was replaced by the Daihatsu Opti Mk 2.
The second-generation Daihatsu Opti was launched in Japan in November 1998. It was based on the modified L500 chassis from Daihatsu Mira. It was available as a four-door saloon in two different styles - Opti and Opti Classic (launched in 2000). It was discontinued in 2002, but was not replaced until 2005, by the Daihatsu Esse. The high-performance model, called the Opti Aerodown Beex, was only sold in Japan.