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So, another year older, another year marked with interesting (or forgettable) cars, and we'll be doing it all over again next year. SUVs will undoubtedly continue to play a greater focus here, so in this article – part one of three – we'll look at the possible non-luxury, non-EV SUVs that are very likely to launch in Malaysia in 2023. Hang on to your downpayments, we're going straight in... 2023 Chery Omoda 5 We'll start off with a bang, perhaps the most awaited-for model in this list. It's alre
Photo The Proton X90 appears to be inching closer to the production version as this recent spyshot by Nextrift shows off its ‘Infinite Weave’ grille and judging by the wiper marks on the front windshield, its orientation points to a right-hand drive (RHD) configuration. Photo Previous sightings were not seen with the ‘Infinite Weave’ grille and from what we’re able to discern, were predominantly in left-hand drive (LHD). This RHD test mule would suggest that the Proton X90 is at its later stages
It's no secret that Proton will be introducing its first-ever hybrid system very soon. Set to be a mild-hybrid (MHEV) system, Proton’s first teaser arrived in the form of an engine display at their headquarters. The second teaser dropped recently in a YouTube video. Said video is a brief walkthrough highlighting Proton’s achievement with locally assembling (CKD) the turbocharged 1.5-litre 3-cylinder engine at its Tanjung Malim plant. Also Read: Proton X90 likely to be Proton's first-ever hybrid,
Philippines-market Geely Okavango shown Set to be Proton’s first 7-seater SUV, the soon-to-be launched Proton X90 has been spotted numerous times in Malaysia and it could be the beginning of company’s hybrid future. Like the Proton X50 and Proton X70, the soon-to-launch Proton X90 is also based on a Geely model. In this case, the Geely Haoyue. It is also sold as the Geely Okavango in the Philippines, Egypt, and Qatar. Also Read: Geely Haoyue (Proton X90?) launched in Saudi Arabia with new dual-t
This handsome-looking SUV you see here is purportedly called the Geely Haoyue L, a brand-new model from the Zhejiang-based car company. Photos of this new SUV began circulating on Chinese sites a couple of day, giving us a good look at this new SUV. Some Chinese new outlets have claimed that the Haoyue L is developed on the CMA platform, putting it in-line with other modern-day Geely model. Current Haoyue shown First things first – the powertrain. Out goes the turbocharged 1.8-litre petrol engin
The cat’s out of the bag – During the launch of the 2022 Proton Saga MC2 earlier today, Proton’s CEO Dr Li Chunrong said, "Over the next 2 years, we will launch at least 3 brand-new models". That pretty much confirms that Proton will be launching not one, not two, but at least three brand-new models over the next 2 years, starting from 2023. Geely Haoyue-based Proton X90 – Largest SUV yet China-market Geely Haoyue pictured The first one isn’t too hard to guess, as the model has been spotted in M