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Proton Tuah, Proton Jebat, Proton Lekir, Proton Lekiu, Proton Kasturi

At the recent Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show (KLIMS) 2010 at Putra World Trade Center (PWTC), which is ending this coming Sunday (12 December), I'm pretty much impressed by Proton's range of concept cars, especially the Pahlawan series - Tuah, Jebat, Lekir, Lekiu, and Kasturi.

Proton Tuah
The Proton Tuah is a sedan inspired by nautical and aeronautical designs with a balance of function and aesthetics and is said to be the Proton Persona's replacement model.


Proton Jebat
The Proton Jebat is a fierce and aggressive looking car that resembles the Proton Inspira, the re-badged Lancer. Inspired by the enthusiasm of aggressive racing, it's said to bring the Inspira to the next level of performance-oriented status.


Proton Lekir
The Proton Lekir is essentially a re-badged Lotus Europa. It is meant to be a dynamic performance sports car. Interesting!

Proton Lekiu
The Proton Lekiu is a concept crossover model. It resembles the Proton Exora, an SUV.


Proton Kasturi
The Proton Kasturi is actually a facelifted Proton Saga, being inspired by the idea to uplift the Saga brand value. Compared to the Proton Saga SE, the Proton Kasturi is more sporty with body kits.

Looks like Proton is making a huge comeback in Malaysia! Bravo!

2 comments

  1. This concept Hang Lekiu SUV name sounds like 69 in Cantonese/Hakka but the Hero Defender of Sultan Malacca can be renamed with a stronger name with a stronger aggressively bolder nose like concept Hang Tuah and stronger shaped body outlook with larger alloy wheels but run by the more powerful Permanent Magnets Electric Motor say 100 Kw and with larger storage capacity batteries packs and probably the Range Extender is powered by the most efficient Direct Drive Micro-Turbine Generator under license from say Capstone, leader of the Micro-Turbine Technology using flexible fuels instead of a Petrol or Diesel Internal Combustion Engine with Regenerative Brakes that could send electricity to recharge the batteries packs. The Batteries Packs could be sourced from the most competitively priced sources probably from say BYD the Battery Leader with their new batteries’ technologies of producing cheap and affordable large storage capacity and safety of their Fe-battery Technology under license for their JV with Berjaya to produce the batteries locally. Every best wishes for the success of the first Malaysian made Proton E-REV SUV ok?

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  2. Hi anonymous, thanks for the info. :)

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