Proton launches its new Perdana model, intended initially to be used as an official government car. Executive Chairman Khamil Jamil delivers the first unit to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, marking the start of an initial delivery of 200 units that eventually will reach 3,000. The Edge newspaper reports Proton parent DRB-Hicom also has received orders for the new model, which comes in 2.0L and 2.4L variants, from state governments and organizations. Khamil says the launch marks an ...

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