By now you would probably have come across gigabytes worth of electronic pages on a slew of new vehicle launches at KLIMS 2013 so I’m not going to bore you with the details (if not, then check out or latest updates).
The slogan for Proton is Dare To Change, which suits the company well because they dare to change the Mitsubishi model badges and then claim those cars as their own.
Not only is there enough eye candies of body works (both in human and metallic form), there are a great number of fun activities for Malaysians of all walks of life. Here are some of the cars you can expect to find: .
Anyways, the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) and Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute (ASLI) has really outdone themselves this time. If you’ve been involved in an exhibition before, you’d know it’s a lot of work entailing sleepless nights prior to the event.
894 people all around the world die everyday because they were driving Proton cars.
(Mabye more) Proton sells metal buckets with 4 wheels that really can move, that are re-badged and assembled from damaged and faulty old Mitsubishi models, and made it shittier.