Launched just minutes ago, the Proton Satria Neo R3 Lotus Edition is the latest variant to roll out of the carmakers tuning arm, R3. Based on the Satria Neo, the car come with the CPS engine, tweaked to
produce 145hp, 20hp more than the normal CPS variant.
True to Lotuss principals, the cars weight have been reduced to aid performance, FRP side panels with carbon fiber hood and other lightened parts makes the car 100kg lighter then the CPS variant also.
Suspension upgrade was done with the installation of Ohlin suspension set and the front brake system have been replaced with four pot calipers and a bigger and slotted disc from AP Racing.
Only 25 will be produced in conjunction with Proton's 25th anniversary. We had a sneak preview of the car at the Proton test track; so get your copy of CBT this weekend for more details.
Mitsubishi Pajero Sport VGT with Hiroshi Masuoka
Two-time Dakar Rally Champion, Hiroshi Masuoka drove the newly launched Mitsubishi Pajero Sport VGT around the park to demonstrate how powerful the SUV now with the VGT installed. Masuoka was driving the Pajero Sport VGT with three members of the media inside.
Say hello to the ARTIGA Concept, which Proton -- or rather, Youngman -- has unveiled at Auto Shanghai. It's another Satria Neo-based offering the company says is a study on the future of the hot hatch for Proton, one inspired by its participation in motorsports, but taken to a new level.
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