As of April 2023, Perodua has increased its market share in Malaysia’s total new car sales from 39.1 percent in 2022 to 40.7 percent. Perodua registered 18,874 units in April 2023, that’s 41.3 percent lower than the previous month but March’s sales record were an outlier as it was the final registration month to qualify for sales tax (SST) exemption for locally assembled (CKD) cars booked between June 2020 and June 2022. March’s 32,179 units was the highest monthly sales ever recorded in Perodua
Let’s get one thing clear about vehicle ownership. Buying a car and maintaining a car are two very different aspects of the proprietorship experience… and the latter is something plenty of us are guilty of not factoring into the equation which can then become an expensive sum. Firstly, just because you can afford to, doesn’t mean you have to buy the most expensive car you can afford on your salary or budget… lambang ‘H’ be damned. Secondly, pricier cars usually mean pricier maintenance as well.
A life-size concept vehicle of the Perodua EM-O is on its way by the end of this year or early next year, Perodua CEO Datuk Zainal Abidin shared at the recent Malaysia Autoshow 2023. "The actual concept car will be developed pretty soon, if not end of this year, then maybe the early part of next year. Why this actual concept car, because we want customers to feel and sit inside it," he explained, touching on the point that there's a need for would-be customers to better understand cars with newe
It's a thinly-veiled disguise, but a disguise nonetheless: signs point towards the Perodua E-MO concept to be a future take on the Myvi. The dimensions are there, the modern reworking of a classic hatchback look is also present, but naturally this concept is thought with a carbon-neutral society in mind – hence its reveal as an electric vehicle (EV). But, is the revealing of this concept showing that Perodua is going all-in on just EVs? What's the company's stance on carbon-neutral mobility as a
The scaled-down Perodua EM-O concept unveiled at Malaysia Autoshow 2023 points to where the company's future products will go as it gradually transitions towards electrification. But beyond its snazzy bodywork and impressive powertrain specifications, the EM-O might actually be hiding a larger detail, an upcoming dedicated EV platform for a Myvi-sized model, currently under development. Also read: Perodua EM-O EV Concept unveiled - This is your first look at the next-gen Myvi EV? Perodua sources
Following a subtle tease about a week ago, we now see the Perodua Electric Motion-Online (EM-O) concept in all it's miniature glory at the ongoing Malaysia Autoshow 2023. Though only a scaled down concept of what a future B-Segment EV hatchback by Perodua could look like, the EM-O concept additionally previews the EV powertrain that could power it, as the company's moves its products closer towards electrification as part of its long-term plans. To this effect, Perodua has released some exacting