Malaysian auto maker Proton delays the March 17 launch of its newest model, codenamed the P3-21A. The Business Times quotes unnamed sources as saying the postponement is related to components, design, readiness and cost. “There are last-minute design changes,” one source says. “The hot-press forming parts are also still being produced using soft tools air-freighted in from Germany.” The sources say the production forecast for March had been reduced to 600 ...

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