Proton S50 – new Preve/Waja replacement rendered – paultan.org

During the launch of the Proton Saga facelift in August 2019, the national carmaker revealed its product launch strategy, which would see one new model be introduced every year. Since then, we’ve already welcomed the X50 in 2020, so if the company keeps to its game plan, what should we

Proton sold 109,716 cars in 2020 – up 8.8% from 2019! – paultan.org

Despite the crippling effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Proton closed 2020 on a high, selling a total of 109,716 vehicles throughout the year. That is approximately an 8.8% growth over the 100,821 units sold in 2019, thus putting its market share at 21.1% (estimated) – a 4.4% increase. In December

Proton X50 – first mods debut with this 'Bumblebee' – paultan.org

It has hardly been a week since the Proton X50 made its official debut, but the first aftermarket modifications to dress the SUV up have already come about, as shown by these photos of a sported up example on the All in Proton X50 Accessories Malaysia Facebook page. The Citric

Proton X50 SUV: why no Apple CarPlay/Android Auto? – paultan.org

One of the big questions asked by you readers about the recently-launched Proton X50 surrounds the lack of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality. The latest Geely Key User Interface in the car, GKUI 19, is one of the most advanced infotainment systems on the market, yet it doesn’t come

Proton X50 – electric powered tailgate available in official Urban and Utility accessories packs, fr. RM3.3k – paultan.org

There’s no doubting that the just-launched Proton X50 is pretty well specified, even from the Standard base model on, and such is the spread of kit across the four available variants that most bases should be covered. But like with everything else, there’s always room for more, especially so if

Proton X50 specs compared to the X70, Honda HR-V, Toyota C-HR, Mazda CX-3, CX-30 and other SUVs – paultan.org

Proton today launched the new X50, which is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated cars of 2020. With four variants available and pricing from RM79,200 to RM103,300, there’s quite a lot of appeal to be had here given the specifications on show. So, how does the X50 stack up against

2020 Proton X50 launching in Malaysia on October 27 – paultan.org

The Proton X50 will be officially go on sale in Malaysia on October 27, with a virtual launch set to take place at 10.50am next Tuesday. This was confirmed by a posting on the carmaker’s official Facebook page, which was accompanied by a short video that showcased parts of the

Proton X50 SUV production not affected by Covid-19 outbreak, launch to happen virtually – report – paultan.org

Yesterday, Proton announced that a total of 50 employees have tested positive for the coronavirus. It’s certainly a serious situation for all concerned, but it seems to have not sidelined the company’s production schedule for the highly-awaited X50 SUV – if a report by SoyaCincau is any indication. In a

Proton translating "Hi Proton" voice control for Thai relaunch – new range of products with GKUI system? – paultan.org

The “Hi Proton” voice control system has been a standout feature of Proton’s latest models, and with its expansion to other Southeast Asian markets imminent, the company has been translating the system to other languages. The national carmaker is working on a Thai version in anticipation of a market relaunch

Proton R&D employee tests positive for Covid-19 – now undergoing treatment; customers not exposed – paultan.org

This just in. Proton has announced that one of its employees from the Research and Development Department in Shah Alam has tested positive for Covid-19. The employee was tested positive on October 14, and was immediately hospitalised. Extensive disinfection of the facility and contract tracing processes are already underway. The