Proton Ertiga interior photos emerge ahead of launch

Posted on: Nov 23, 2016 - 4:32pm IST

Prices to be announced tomorrow.

After posting of a gallery of images featuring the Proton Ertiga’s exterior from all angles, Funtasticko has also uploaded images of its interior. The rebadged Suzuki Ertiga will launch for sale in Malaysia tomorrow in three variants: Executive, Executive AT, Executive Plus AT.

Proton Ertiga interior photographed
The only difference to the Suzuki Ertiga is a Proton badge on the floating horn.

Compared to the Suzuki Ertiga, the only change inside is a Proton badge on the steering pad. Otherwise, everything else is identical to the Suzuki Ertiga sold in Indonesia, down to the fabric upholstery, beige and light brown color combination, silver accents on the dashboard, and instrument dials.

Some of the features in the Executive variant include a 2 DIN music system with USB input, power adjustable ORVMs, rear parking sensors, third row seat with 50:50 split, an multi-info display as standard. As for safety, it gets dual-front airbags, ABS with EBD, side impact beams and two ISOFIX anchors.

Proton Ertiga red front photographed
The Ertiga will launch for sale in Malaysia in three variants: Executive, Executive AT, Executive Plus AT.

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The Proton Ertiga is powered by a 1.4L four cylinder petrol engine sourced from the Suzuki Ertiga, which produces 92 PS (90.71 hp) and 130 Nm of torque. A 5-speed manual is standard in the base model, while an Aisin-sourced 4-speed automatic gearbox is fitted in Executive and Executive Plus trim levels.

The Ertiga will come via the CKD channel from Suzuki’s Indonesian plant. About 1,500 kits will be shipped every month.

Proton Ertiga – Image Gallery

[Source: Funtasticko]

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