Malaysian automaker Proton is testing its new global small car codenamed P2-30A. The car was recently spied on the Belgium highways by Autoplus reader Safouan. Earlier we had brought you spyshots of the P2-30A from Genting, Malaysia. The P2-30A is a five-door
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As year-end sales data start to pour in from all countries, it looks like 2013 was a grand year for the automobile industry. Even as USA and most markets
Proton continues to test their new Global Small Car codenamed P2-30A in and around Malaysia. These pictures of the car testing in Genting were snapped by Paultan.org’s reader, Ahmad Tarmizi. Proton is gearing up to the launch the P2-30A in Malaysia
A few days ago, Malaysian digital artist, Theophilus Chin, rendered the front view of the Proton P2-30A Global Small Car. We’re now presented with a rear view of the hatchback. According to early reports, Proton is benchmarking the P2-30A with the
Malaysian digital artist, Theophilus Chin, has rendered the Proton P2-30A Global Small Car that PaulTan and other local news sources expect on the market in the first half of 2014. Caught testing in Europe as well as Malaysia, the Brio-sized entry-level
Keen-eyed readers of PaulTan have spied another test mule of the upcoming Proton P2-30A global compact car in Malaysia. The P2-30a is expected to go on sale towards the middle of 2014. The P2-30A looks like it’s inspired by the Lotus City Car concept.
Proton’s P2-30A (Proton Global Small Car) has been caught on test in Malaysia by Paul Tan readers, Hong Chun and Harith Hamdan. This new small car
Roughly sixteen months after launching the Preve sedan, the Malaysian automaker Proton has introduced the Suprima S, the hatchback version of the Preve.
The hatchback version of the Proton Preve has been christened as the Proton Suprima S.
The official launch of the Proton Preve Hatchback is closer than ever before. PaulTan.org reader Sheikh Zaid has taken pictures of a metallic blue
Malaysian automaker Proton is getting ready to pursue its ambitious goal of becoming a global automaker.
It seems like Nissan wants to partner with every single automotive company on the face of the earth. After partnering with Renault, Mercedes and recently with Mitsubishi, Nissan is looking forward to partnering with the Malaysian based company Proton
Proton has announced that it has entered into a MoU with Nissan to carry out feasibility studies on the potential use of Nissan platforms and powertrains.
The entry of Proton in the Indian market is becoming no less than a twisty Bollywood plot. Recently, speculation was rife that Proton was in talks with Nissan and had almost finalized the agreement. Now, The Economic Times is reporting that Proton is
One major market entry that we have our eyes set on since last year is Proton. The Malaysian Giant, more popularly known for its Lotus connection, is finally set to drive on the Indian Streets. The rumor mill went on steroids when the company’s