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Proton at KLIMS 2010 - Kasturi Concept

Proton at KLIMS 2010 - Kasturi Concept

Kuala Lumpur, 2 December 2010 – PROTON Holdings Berhad demonstrated its future direction as a global automotive company with a dazzling display of its evolution and technological advances after 25 years at the 2010 Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show launched today at Putra World Trade Centre. Located at Tun Razak Hall 2, the PROTON booth is the largest at the motor show and occupies an area of more than 1,500 square metres. As PROTON celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year, the grand scale of the booth was a means for PROTON to be able to celebrate the occasion with fellow Malaysians. With its clean, sleek lines and spacious facade, the PROTON booth carries the theme of Uniting People with Technology, in line with the tagline of this year's motor show, We Care – and focuses on key areas of Commitment, Advancement, Reliability and Environment. Visitors here will be able to enjoy a showcase of the national automotive company's past and recent journey over the last 25 years since its inception, as well as get an indepth view of PROTON's technological future.

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Proton at KLIMS 2010 - Lekir Concept

Proton at KLIMS 2010 - Lekir Concept

Kuala Lumpur, 2 December 2010 – PROTON Holdings Berhad demonstrated its future direction as a global automotive company with a dazzling display of its evolution and technological advances after 25 years at the 2010 Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show launched today at Putra World Trade Centre. Located at Tun Razak Hall 2, the PROTON booth is the largest at the motor show and occupies an area of more than 1,500 square metres. As PROTON celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year, the grand scale of the booth was a means for PROTON to be able to celebrate the occasion with fellow Malaysians. With its clean, sleek lines and spacious facade, the PROTON booth carries the theme of Uniting People with Technology, in line with the tagline of this year's motor show, We Care – and focuses on key areas of Commitment, Advancement, Reliability and Environment. Visitors here will be able to enjoy a showcase of the national automotive company's past and recent journey over the last 25 years since its inception, as well as get an indepth view of PROTON's technological future.

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Proton at KLIMS 2010 - Tuah Concept

Proton at KLIMS 2010 - Tuah Concept

Kuala Lumpur, 2 December 2010 – PROTON Holdings Berhad demonstrated its future direction as a global automotive company with a dazzling display of its evolution and technological advances after 25 years at the 2010 Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show launched today at Putra World Trade Centre. Located at Tun Razak Hall 2, the PROTON booth is the largest at the motor show and occupies an area of more than 1,500 square metres. As PROTON celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year, the grand scale of the booth was a means for PROTON to be able to celebrate the occasion with fellow Malaysians. With its clean, sleek lines and spacious facade, the PROTON booth carries the theme of Uniting People with Technology, in line with the tagline of this year's motor show, We Care – and focuses on key areas of Commitment, Advancement, Reliability and Environment. Visitors here will be able to enjoy a showcase of the national automotive company's past and recent journey over the last 25 years since its inception, as well as get an indepth view of PROTON's technological future.

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Proton at KLIMS 2010 - Lekiu Concept

Proton at KLIMS 2010 - Lekiu Concept

Kuala Lumpur, 2 December 2010 – PROTON Holdings Berhad demonstrated its future direction as a global automotive company with a dazzling display of its evolution and technological advances after 25 years at the 2010 Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show launched today at Putra World Trade Centre. Located at Tun Razak Hall 2, the PROTON booth is the largest at the motor show and occupies an area of more than 1,500 square metres. As PROTON celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year, the grand scale of the booth was a means for PROTON to be able to celebrate the occasion with fellow Malaysians. With its clean, sleek lines and spacious facade, the PROTON booth carries the theme of Uniting People with Technology, in line with the tagline of this year's motor show, We Care – and focuses on key areas of Commitment, Advancement, Reliability and Environment. Visitors here will be able to enjoy a showcase of the national automotive company's past and recent journey over the last 25 years since its inception, as well as get an indepth view of PROTON's technological future.

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Proton at KLIMS 2010 - Jabat Concept

Proton at KLIMS 2010 - Jabat Concept

Kuala Lumpur, 2 December 2010 – PROTON Holdings Berhad demonstrated its future direction as a global automotive company with a dazzling display of its evolution and technological advances after 25 years at the 2010 Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show launched today at Putra World Trade Centre. Located at Tun Razak Hall 2, the PROTON booth is the largest at the motor show and occupies an area of more than 1,500 square metres. As PROTON celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year, the grand scale of the booth was a means for PROTON to be able to celebrate the occasion with fellow Malaysians. With its clean, sleek lines and spacious facade, the PROTON booth carries the theme of Uniting People with Technology, in line with the tagline of this year's motor show, We Care – and focuses on key areas of Commitment, Advancement, Reliability and Environment. Visitors here will be able to enjoy a showcase of the national automotive company's past and recent journey over the last 25 years since its inception, as well as get an indepth view of PROTON's technological future.

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Perodua premieres Bezza Concept in Kuala Lumpur

Perodua premieres Bezza Concept in Kuala Lumpur

Press release:Perodua showcases new lifestyle concept car and green enginePerodua is showcasing its next generation prototype model – the Perodua Bezza and its future green engine the Precious Metal-free Liquid-feed Fuel Cell at the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show 2010! Sleek, modern, and practical – the Bezza is ideal for urban youths looking for something bigger to efficiently traverse the concrete jungles of Malaysia and for long journeys. “Inspired entirely by Malaysian designers, we believe that this will be the benchmark for compact vehicles in the not-too-distant future, Perodua Managing Director Datuk Aminar Rashid Salleh said.Aminar said that the Bezza symbolises Perodua’s never-ending quest to drive Malaysia’s dreams and capabilities in styling vehicles with the distinction of being truly 100% Malaysian.He said that the Bezza will be the basic blueprint for Perodua’s medium term vehicles.Perodua’s exhibition, themed “Ecology, Economy and Exciting for Everyone”, also showcases our engine development road map that will revolutionise the automotive industry, in cooperation with our best technical partner, Daihatsu Motor Company of Japan – from the maximisation of the current internal combustion engine to the introduction of the Precious Metal-free Liquid-feed Fuel Cell.

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Premiere of Ferrari 458 Challenge at Bologna Motor Show [video]

Premiere of Ferrari 458 Challenge at Bologna Motor Show [video]

The 458 Challenge is the star of the Bologna Motor Show while Ferrari burn up the track with Challenge and F1 carsMaranello, 2nd December – Ferrari makes a different contribution to the 35th edition of the Bologna Motor Show with a stand devoted entirely to its racing activities plus an intense track programme.The 458 Challenge also makes its world debut at the Bolognese event. This mid-rear V8 berlinetta is derived from the 458 Italia and is the fifth model used by Ferrari in its single-series racing programme. The latter is currently split into Italian, European and North American championships which will be flanked next year by the new Asia-Pacific series. With the new 458 Challenge, Ferrari puts an exceptional combination of extreme performance, superb fun behind the wheel and unique driving emotions at the finger-tips of its sporting, professional and gentleman-driver clients.

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[STORIES] Kálmán Szabadi's Festival

[STORIES] Kálmán Szabadi's Festival

Kálmán Szabadi was born in 1921. As a child he witnessed the Zeppelin airship and was fascinated by it. His father worked at a Hungarian ship company and the family moved to Vác in 1942. Kálmán lived there ever since then. Due to family influences and childhood memories he went on to learn about mechanical things.

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[STORIES] MÁG - the story of the most successful Hungarian car company

[STORIES] MÁG - the story of the most successful Hungarian car company

MÁG - the story of the most successful Hungarian car companyBack in the 19th century, Hungary was primarily engaged in agricultural activities. During the 1870s when it became part of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and the first waves of the industrial revolution swept through the country the situation hasn't improved much either. So it's no wonder Hungary didn't had a thriving automobile industry.Automobiles were still a rare sight all around Hungary during the early 1900s. A contemporary account recorded 10 automobiles at the turn of the century and a couple of hundreds within ten years.

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2011 Rinspeed BamBoo Concept - an early preview

2011 Rinspeed BamBoo Concept - an early preview

PRESS RELEASE:Car Visionary Rinderknecht‘s Focus at the Geneva Motor Show 2011 is on Back to the Roots:“BamBoo” - the Pure Roots of MobilityThe names of the concept cars from Swiss car visionary Frank M. Rinderknecht are more than marketing-driven slick onomatopoeia that polls well with focus groups. At Rinspeed names often have a deeper meaning.  That is also true for the latest creation from Rinderknecht. “BamBoo” is the name of his latest ‘baby’ that resembles a grown-up golf cart and is bound to evoke plenty of admiration at the next Geneva Motor Show which runs from March 3rd through 13th, 2011.

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