As Malaysia’s No.1 selling car brand, it is easy to assume that Perodua is all about numbers, Ringgits and sense. While that is still true to a certain extent - because Perodua certainly didn’t become No.1 by pandering to frivolous demands - this one-dimensional view of Perodua as a giant monolith of an organization that only cares about achieving the highest sales numbers is wrong.For outsiders, it is easier to understand Perodua as a rationale, logic-driven organization that marche
Well, technically you can, just not in the conventional sense. Perodua president and CEO Dato’ Sri Zainal Abidin Ahmad has just confirmed that the 2022 Perodua Ativa hybrid will be available to Malaysians only through a leasing programme.The leasing programme is a feasibility study conducted by Perodua to gauge Malaysian users’ real-world use case and acceptability of hybrid vehicles.Only 300 units of the Ativa hybrid will be made available to the public and are all fully imported (C
Photo credits: Shavinish Nash, Zhaff HudsonThe 2022 Perodua Ativa Hybrid has set tongues wagging ever since early spyshots emerged (social media groups havent been quiet, thats for sure), and now we have solid information about just what exactly is up with it.2022 Perodua Ativa Hybrid availabilityImage: Shavinish NashYes, the 2022 Perodua Ativa Hybrid exists, but availability of the model is limited at least initially. Our checks with sources close to the matter confirm that allocation stands at
Photo credits: Shavinish Nash on FacebookSeven days after the 2022 Perodua Alza (D27A) was launched in Malaysia, photos of what may very well be the 2022 Perodua Ativa Hybrid has surfaced on social media.You dont need to have a keen eye to see whats different between this and the Ativa sold currently – this one looks entirely the same as the model its based on, the Daihatsu Rocky e:Smart Hybrid, from the bumpers and down to its 5-lug wheels that look similar to the ones fitted to the Alza.
Perodua should collaborate with Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) to introduce high quality, affordable electric vehicles (EVs) for the masses, said Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob at this morning’s launch of the all-new 2022 Perodua Alza.“Tenaga Nasional Berhad is working to increase electricity generated from clean energy sources, as well as deploying enough EV charging stations. At the same time, Perodua can use this opportunity by exploring new fields such as producing high-quality
Like many car manufacturers, Perodua too is facing severe disruption in its supply chain, leading to long waiting period for its customers. Being Malaysia’s No.1 car brand is a double-edged sword - because of the scale Perodua operates in, everything good and bad is amplified to a level few other manufacturers face.Perodua sells nearly a quarter million cars a year. For 2022, it targets to sell 247,800 units, despite the ongoing challenge in getting enough parts to build enough cars. The g