The car’s look is heavily inspired by that of the original Compagno from 1963. It has been designed for “active seniors” who want to add “colour” to their “post-retirement lives".
Power comes from a choice of a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine or a 1.2-litre alternative that’s assisted by an electric motor.
Alongside the four-door Compagno will be a small SUV called the DN Trec. It gets the same engine options as the coupé and has been designed with the rugged set-up of a crossover.
A larger SUV called the DN Multisix will also be on show. This minivan uses a 1.5-litre petrol engine and features three rows of seats.
In addition, a petrol-powered U-Space minivan will make its debut, demonstrating tight packaging to offer large cabin space despite its small dimensions. It uses a 660cc engine.
Finally, the DN Pro Cargo concept, which uses an electric motor, is described as a versatile load-lugger suitable for a variety of uses, from wheelchair-accessible vehicle to small mobile cafe. It measures 1600mm in height and is inspired by the Midget of 1957.