I love wagons but I usually like my wagons sleek and low. The Proton Persona is just too tall to be converted into a wagon, as seen in this rendering. Perhaps it’s more of a MPV rival to the Honda Mobilio and Datsun Go+ than a B-segment wagon.
This should interest Proton Persona and Gen2 fans. At the recent Beijing Auto Show, Youngman-Lotus gave the L3 a mild facelift, with new grille and front bumper. More pictures available here. China Car Times also commented on the facelifted L3, “Only minor changes, including an uglier looking bumper and more unoriginal tail lights.”
So this is the next Persona, currently code-named P3-21A. These images were shown in Proton Annual General Meeting yesterday. This new Persona is expected for a March 2012 launch.
These renderings appeared on Paul Tan’s blog last week when he revealed more details about the Proton Pahlawan concepts, specifically the Lekir concept that might preview the look of Proton’s next Persona sedan. Paul mentioned of a new ‘Concept Car’ link in Proton’s website, and there are a few more additional details as well as […]
Designed from the outset as both a commercial and a passenger vehicle, the Nissan NV200 brings new levels of space, comfort and practicality to the small van market, both in Europe and other global markets. Source: NetCarShow.com I gave the NV200 colour coated bumpers, along with bigger tyres, and wheels from the 370Z.