New Perodua may be built on Daihatsu-sourced Myvi platform.
Malaysian automotive market-leader Perodua is working toward launching its first in-house model in the next few years. The national car company now builds rebadged Daihatsu models with minimal customizations. The Edge Financial Daily quotes an unnamed official in Perodua’s research-and-development department as saying the planned model will retain the platform and engine sourced from Daihatsu. But it will look and feel different with Perodua designing the upper body and interior ...
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