Malaysia – Proton P2-30A gets ready for a launch, spotted undisguised

Posted on: Aug 25, 2014 - 9:04am IST

The project reportedly cost RM 300 million

The Proton P2-30A global small car, the Malaysian automaker’s most ambitious attempt by far, has been spied without disguise once again, this time by Funtasticko.

Proton Iriz P2-30A global small car spied in Malaysia
The Proton P2-30A will launch sometime soon.

Proton had earlier teased the headlamp of the car signaling an imminent launch. The recent spyshot further confirms that the hatchback is just weeks away from reaching the showrooms.

The ‘Proton Compact Car’ (PCC) features peeled back headlamps and a short nose, having a slight resemblance to the Chevrolet Beat (Spark) which is also one of its competitors. The bonnet has a subtle power bulge in the middle and the bumper plays home to a hexagonal airdam, chin air splitter and LED daytime running lights enclosed in quadrilateral housings.

Proton P2-30A IAB rendering front
The Proton P2-30A as envisioned by our in-house designer Shoeb Kalania.

Earlier reports say that the car could be called as the Proton Iriz. The VW Up! rival would come with safety features such as 6 airbags, ABS, TCS, ESC, BA and HHC (Hill Hold Assist) and a strong monocoque to pass the Euro-NCAP crash tests.

Check out the spyshots showing the rear of the Proton Compact Car

The engine details are still kept under wraps but the leaked features list reveals that the motor will be equipped with variable valve timing. The engine displacement is expected to be range between 1.0- and 1.6-litres.

Competitors: Hyundai i10, VW Up!, Honda Brio, Perodua Myvi

Launch Date: In the approaching weeks

[Spy image from Funtasticko]

Next would you like to read more about the or more about Proton, Spy pictures?

2 thoughts on “Malaysia – Proton P2-30A gets ready for a launch, spotted undisguised

  1. Manohar says:

    Not popular in India. Any way the product is not launched yet. First product is always crucial. Wait and see….

    Reply
  2. Farid Ridzuan says:

    love it.. gonna book for it

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About the Author
Nithyanandh
Nithyanandh K

As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!