Malaysia - Hyundai i10 rivaling Proton P2-30A small car shows its taillight

12/08/2014 - 08:29 | ,  ,  ,   | Nithyanandh K

The car could be called the Proton Iriz.

Paultan.org's reader Mr. Fadzil brings in the latest spyshot of Malaysia's upcoming global car, the Proton P2-30A (codename). To be launched anytime soon, the global hatchback was spotted on board a transporter.

Though the car is veiled partially, the rear combination lamp is clearly visible. The edgy taillight gets a prominent clear lens element.

Proton P2-30A taillight spied in Malaysia
The Proton P2-30A is expected to be launch very soon.

Proton teased the car's headlamp which turned out to be exactly like the rendering created by our in-house designer Shoeb Kalania. The front fascia is dominated by a massive hexagonal grille.

The ambitious small car which targets the likes of VW Up!, Hyundai i10 and Honda Brio reportedly cost Proton a sum of RM 300 million (INR 573 crore) to develop. The P2-30A will have the Perodua Myvi as its local competitor but expect the pricing to be slightly on the higher side.

Proton P2-30A IAB rendering front
Rendering of the Proton P2-30A by our in-house rendering artist Shoeb.

The technical details of the hatchback have not been revealed but expect a compact petrol motor displacing between 1.0 - 1.2-litres to be on duty. Both manual and automatic transmissions could be in the offing.

Being a global car, the Proton hatchback would pack enough safety equipment to get through the Euro-NCAP crash test.

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

Launch timeframe: Anytime now in Malaysia

[Spy image from Pautan.org]

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