The aging Proton Perdana V6 Executive use by Malaysian civil servants and government officials are soon to be replaced with the 8th generation Honda Accord, nicknamed Perdana Replacement Model (PRM). PRM is expected to enter production in mid-December 2013 where around 3000 units of it will be produced for the government. It is planned to be introduced to the public in year 2016.
Based on the spyshot, the Accord used for the PRM is the facelifted 8th generation Accord with two different alloy wheels design. Thus, it suggests there will be two forms of engine capacity available - possibly 2.0 litre and 2.4 litre, like the Accord. Cosmetic changes are done to the front grille and bumper, chrome finishing at the lower air intake is a welcome!
Unlike Inspira, the PRM will cause no conflict with Honda's sales of the Accord since Honda Malaysia has brought in the latest, 9th generation Accord.
On a side note, Proton's B-segment Global Small Car (GSC, not the cinema, mind you) will be the next model in Proton's debut list.
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