Proton marked a major achievement recently when its latest model, the Proton Preve, was awarded with a five-star rating for safety from the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). Crash tested last December, the Proton Preve achieved high standards in all of the test categories.
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The 29th Motor Expo held in Thailand saw many new exciting offers and concepts being paraded around; PROTON launched the Prevé and Exora Prime in the Thai market, while the highlights are the introduction of numerous concept cars and technological innovations that awed the crowd. Nissan’s latest Pulsar and Esflow Sports Electric Concept was revealed, while Mazda showcases the SHINARI concept car with KODO design theme. In addition, Volvo Introduces new innovative safety features and 5 new models.
PROTON Holdings Berhad has launched the Satria Neo R3 which features an enhanced R3 body kit, sports rim, trims and accessories to give it a more sporty and aggressive appearance. Exterior changes include the addition of a R3 rear spoiler, front splitters, R3 front and rear mark, titanium coloured side protecting mouldings, and 16” R3 alloy rims. While the interior features R3 front semi-bucket seats with leather upholstery complemented by R3 floor mats and a 2 DIN multimedia audio and a GPS navigation system.
Proton’s new owner, DRB Hicom has announced that Honda is Proton’s new Japanese strategic partner. The deal was finalised recently and signed in Japan. Under the agreement, Proton and Honda will be able to explore more in concurrent engineering, each other’s technology, new product line-up, platform and facilities sharing. This collaboration will certainly help both parties in becoming better car manufacturers in the future.