Malaysian auto maker Proton hands over eight electric vehicles to the government for testing before planned production begins in 2013. The three Saga EVs and five Exora extended-range EVs will be tested by the prime minister's office and the ministries of energy and water, international trade and industry, transport and finance. The delivery marks the first phase of a joint program between Proton and the Ministry of Energy and Water to evaluate the EVs’ potential in advancing green ...

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