The 6th generation Minica began production in 1989. It continues and develops the features laid down earlier in Minica, namely front-wheel drive, a body with a “tight-round” and at the same time high layout, roomy interior space. For the sports modification Dangan (the word "dangan" in Japanese means "bullet", "projectile"), released a little later than the others, used a turbocharged DOHC engine. This car has made a breakthrough in the market of light sports models.
In February 1990, internal Japanese standards for light cars changed, and the Minica engine capacity was 660cc. The dimensions of the body also increased slightly. After some time, the Dangan modification, which was previously produced with an engine capacity of 550cc, also received a new engine of 660cc.