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Proton Emas Concept Car 2012

03 March, 2010 | Written by Patchay at 1:48 AM in , ,

National carmaker Proton has unveiled the much awaited hybrid-new-concept car at the Geneva International Motorshow 2010.

[All photo credits to Paul Tan]

The Proton Emas "urban-mover" was designed in collaboration with Italdesign Giugiaro and uses the Lotus’ Range Extender engine.

Proton plans to commercialised this car for the Global Market in 2 to 3 years time.

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  1. Anonymous on March 03, 2010 8:57 PM

    im from malaysia, proton company from malaysia also...but why this car not launch in my country first? proton is shit! then they sell this car (not just this car all of proton car) with expensive price! suck!

  2. Anonymous on March 03, 2011 6:36 PM

    looks nice, but dono can tahan kena jalan lobang or not...hahahaa...you know malaysia jalan banyak lobang! once kena kereta also hancor!

  3. Anonymous on March 03, 2011 6:49 PM

    Proton Emas performance:

    Mechanical architecture: hybrid, seriesial, plug-in
    Internal combustion engine position:front transverse
    Technical specifications: 3 cylinders in line, 6 valves, 1.2 litres
    Power: 51 hp / 38 kW at 3500 rpm
    Maximum torque:107 Nm at 2500 rpm
    Electric engine position: Rear
    Power: 75 kW (peak), 45 kW (continuous)
    Maximum torque: 240 Nm
    100 X 31 Ahr Cells
    370 Volts
    11.47 kWh
    Time for full recharge: 3 hours with normal 240 Volt, 13A power point
    Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h: 14 sec
    Top speed: 170 km/h (peak), 130 km/h (continuous)
    Range in electric mode:50 km
    Traction: Rear
    One-speed gearbox: final drive ratio 4.214:1
    Front & Rear suspension:McPherson & Torsion beam.
    Release Production on 2012.


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