Contradanyc.com – Daihatsu Challenges is getting closer to young customers again, by holding a virtual modification contest again, through the Daihatsu Dress Up e-Challenge (DDeC) 2022.
This contest is ready to challenge modifiers not only in Indonesia, but also modifiers in Malaysia and will take place from October to December 2022.
This contest is divided into 6 areas, covering 4 regions in Indonesia including Java and Bali, Sumatra, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi; and 2 regions in Malaysia (West Malaysia and East Malaysia).
Daihatsu’s collaboration program with Hot Import Night (HIN) is part of Indonesia Auto Modified (IAM), and is a modified car competition that has been consistently held every year since 2014.
This virtual concept modification contest is present for the third time since 2020 until now, where previously it was always available offline from 2014 to 2019.
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The Daihatsu Dress Up e-Challenge contest uses an elimination scheme and the winner will be selected into several stages. In terms of judging, in addition to being supported by foreign professional judges, at the selection stage, starting from the quarter-finals to the finals, the public or netizens can also contribute in voting to assess which car is the coolest modified car through social media.
Daihatsu Challenges has also prepared a total prize of US$ 5,000 and a trophy, which will be distributed to the selected participants starting from the initial stage and so on until the final round.
For modifiers who want to show their best Daihatsu modifications, please register from 18 July to 18 September 2022.
“Young modifiers can take advantage of the Daihatsu Dress Up e-Challenge contest to compete in the modification of their favorite Daihatsu and Perodua vehicles, as well as express themselves positively,” said Rudy Ardiman, Domestic Marketing Division Head of PT Astra Daihatsu Motor (ADM).
An opportunity that can be obtained in the automotive world, and becomes an insight and challenge for young people who have expertise in the automotive world itself.