Inspira convert Bodykit
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Just a quick tour of Proton Inspira 2.0 Premium
I had filmed this footage since last year during we were on the way home
from Had Yai, Thailand sometime in October 2011. I've encountered this and
thought to upload it on youtube. Sorry for the short video and not in good
quality because this video was recorded by myself used the Samsung Galaxy
7.7-inch while paused our way in Kedah. There were also another random cars
but they are not the proton's. =)
PROTON INSPIRA 2.0P FACELIFT
Proton has updated the top of the line Proton Inspira 2.0P model. It now
wears wheels that are upped an inch in size wrapped with 215/50R17 tyres,
and it also comes standard with a bodykit. The larger wheels and kit should
be enough to visually differentiate it from the 2.0E model.
Other than the wheels and the bodykit, other differentiators between the
2.0P and 2.0E include leather versus fabric door trim and seats, and
different audio head unitt where you get a touch screen GPS for the 2.0P,
and a normal MP3 CD player for the 2.0E. Proton does bundle a portable
navigator with the 2.0E though, so all 2.0 liter models have some form of
GPS. All other niceties like auto headlamps and rain sensors are available
on both models.
The new Proton Inspira 2.0P is priced at RM92,450 OTR for solid colours,
and RM92,900 OTR for metallic colours, an average premium of about RM6k
over the 2.0E model.
2011 Proton Inspira 2.0P Start-Up, Full Vehicle Tour and Quick Drive
The Proton Inspira is essentially a rebadged Mitsubishi Lancer. It
features minor styling differences, both on the exterior as well as the
interior to differentiate it from the Lancer. Among the differences on the
exterior include a redesigned grill and front bumper to make the Inspira's
front end look less aggressive than the Lancer, a slightly reworked rear
bumper as well as different designs on the alloy rims (the alloy rims on
this particular Inspira has been changed, standard 2010, 2011 and the first
half of 2012 Inspira 2.0Ps came with 16-inch alloys, while the second half
of 2012 Inspira 2.0Ps onwards comes standard with 17-inch alloys). The
interior differences include a different head unit, the repositioning of
the speedometer to the right and rev counter to the left, and also a
different type of wood (or silver finish, depending on Inspira model) used
as the interior trim. And of course, there are also the Proton badges all
around the car.