FIRST DRIVE: PROTON Satria Neo R3 Lotus Racing
There was a torrential downpour the evening that Ignition.my had the
opportunity to test drive the recently launched Proton Satria Neo R3 Lotus
Racing. Launched in conjunction with Lotus' return to Formula 1 this year,
it really is a very special and very limited edition of only 25 cars. It's
a brilliant car, what a performance Proton Satria Neo should be: good
spread of power and strong acceleration, fun handling and strong brakes,
and aggressive race-refugee styling.
Malaysian police chasing Satria GTI and Proton Wira
Team Eagle (Malaysian police Evo 10) Proton Satria GTi has been pursuing
suspected criminals when the suspect tried to escape
of roadblocks. After inspection, the vehicle is suspected to lose less than
24 hours. The suspect said to have driven at a speed exceeding 180km / h.
The suspect also had violated a number of red light and tried to mislead
the police. The suspect also willing to think long without running through
the toll barrier, resulting in broken car windscreen. Chase scenes chase
continued for about 1 hour. Eventually suspects were arrested and taken to
Penang Headquarters for further investigation.
(Chasing the Proton Wira)
Next, Team Eagle (Malaysian police Evo 10) has been pursuing a Proton Wira
Aeroback near Juru toll plaza, Penang. During the incident, the driver of
the vehicle appeared nervous when police began watching them. As a result
of panic, the suspect then sped off before the start pursued in the
Almost 10km pursuit, the suspect vehicle eventually was intercepted near
the edge toll Bertam. Upon inspection, police found syabu in the car. The
suspect tried to fight, but the police managed to subdue them. The police
believe the suspect ran away because of drugs.
Proton Satria Neo R3 Lotus Racing Edition
BadBoyBen pays a visit to Proton's motorsport division - R3, to check out
the very limited edition R3 Lotus Racing Proton Satria Neo before it is
delivered to buyers and has a chat with head of R3 Tengku Djan Ley and
Suriaya Kumaran, R3's Project Manager.
Proton Satria Neo s2000 The Stig & Car Performance test (before Top Gear Episode)
Unmasked Stig driver before The Ashes Rally Race episode.
Full Top Gear The Ashes Part 2: Rally Race :
The existing Satria Neo bodyshell is extensively modified to accept the
S2000 components including the 4 wheel drive system. It is then
strengthened considerably to comply with FIA regulations by fitting a
safety roll cage using 35 metres of ChroMo Steel Tube.
The engine is based on the Waja 1.8 engine with racing internals and
increasing the capacity to 1998cc NA, which is positioned transversely and
producing a power output of 278bhp (280hp) at 7600 rpm.redline 8500 rpm.
The transmission is a 4-wheel drive system specifically developed by Xtrac
for S2000, using a 6 speed sequential gearbox with 3 plated limited slip
differentials, and handbrake release system.
The Brake callipers are Alcon 4 piston calipers front and rear. The front
discs are 350mm for the tarmac version and 300mm for the gravel version.
The rear discs are identical for both specifications.
Featuring the GEMS integral engine ECU and power management system with
data logging and glass dash display.
The suspension is MacPherson strut and wishbone design by MEM using
Dynamics dampers. Anti Roll bars front and rear.
Fitted with 8 x 18 inch alloy wheels for tarmac and 6.5 X 15 inch alloy
wheels for gravel
1150 Kg for the tarmac version and 1200 Kg for the gravel version
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