The newly launched 2018 Perodua Myvi has been imagined as a sedan by automotive illustrator Theophilus Chin. Officially, Perodua has not announced any plans to launch a sedan version of the Myvi, however.
The rendering blends a boot into the body of the Myvi hatchback rather neatly. As expected, the exterior is identical to the donor hatch up till the B-pillar. Like the hatch, the sedan too has been given L-shape split tail lamps. The number plate recess moves up to the bootlid, unlike the Myvi hatchback's bumper placement.
The rear bumper features a dual tone look with a black lower section. The black portion also houses dual exhaust pipes. Apart from the nose, the rendering has also left bits like the alloy wheels, ORVMs, door handles and other details unchanged.
The 2018 Perodua Myvi was launched in Malaysia just last week. It is available in four variants at a starting price of RM 44,300 (INR 692,298) for the entry level 1.3 Standard G manual variant. The range-topping Perodua Myvi 1.5 Advance is priced at RM 55,300 (INR 864,200). Engine choices include a 70kW 1.3 L 1NR-VE, 4 cylinder Dual VVT-i petrol mated to a manual or automatic gearbox and a 76 kW 1.5 L 2NR-VE 4 cylinder Dual VVT-i petrol available only with an automatic transmission.
[source - Paultan]