In its home market, the Geely Haoyue is only offered with a torsion beam-type rear suspension. The more upmarket and recently-launched Geely Haoyue L, on the other hand, offers a multi-link-type rear suspension.
Outside of China, the Geely Okavango sold in the Philippines is sold with a torsion beam-type rear suspension, while the Saudi Arabia-spec model gets a multi-link rear suspension.
It remains to be seen which rear suspension configuration will be offered in Malaysia.
As a quick recap, the Proton X90 will likely be Proton’s first-ever hybrid model. However, unlike the Toyota Corolla Cross or Honda HR-V and their full-hybrid system, the upcoming X90 will get a 48-Volt mild-hybrid (MHEV) instead.
Combined system out for the Proton X90, according to Funtasticko, stands at 190 PS and 300 Nm. Power is expected to be routed to the front wheels via a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic.