Saharudin Busri’s work has graced the pages of this website numerous times in the past. The head of design at the national research and development centre for information and communication technology, MIMOS, has released several design proposals for future Proton vehicles over the past two years, and his latest comes in the form of a stretched version of the Perdana, called the Executive.
Malaysia's national applied research and development centre, the MIMOS Berhad, has their Senior Staff Engineer Saharudin Busri optimize the outline of Proton for the past two years. And recently, Saharudin Busri designs out a future version of Proton, namely the Executive.
The Perdana limousine used by the Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak is fairly elegant. Yet, since the limousine is based on the eighth-generation of Honda Accord, the problem of unnatural bending edge remains on the shoulder section of the car.
That’s what motivates the design of Honda Executive, where Saharudin extended the rear doors so as to give it a smooth transition trend. The split of six windows has changed as well as the rear door design.
Saharudin also exercises many shapes into the bodywork design. You can find a trapezoid shape of headlights, a Y-shaped daytime running light, an L-shaped chrome strip, and also a grille in an undescribable polygon shape.
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There are another trapezoid taillights connected by a red stripe. He also moved the number plate right below the boot which brings an integration into the back design. Another highlight is located on the tailpipes section, where the traditional diffuser was being replaced by a rather vague instrument with every touch of Morden.
Do click the video below to check out more about the car of the future yourself!