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YB Dato Seri Mustapa Mohamad yesterday launched the latest addition to proton stable of cars, the PROTON INSPIRA at PROTON Centre of Excellence in USJ.

At PUTRAJAYA, we launched the vehicle with invitations sent to all PUTRAJAYA residence, Ministries and government agencies.

Our team-members were all ready to serve any inquiries and and to serve anyone.

My team members.. the back bone of PROTON EDAR @ PUTRAJAYA 


At 4:30pm, police escorted 6 INSPIRA(s) arrived at PUTRAJAYA SHOWROOM located at No. 1, Jalan Diplomatic 2/2, Precint 15, 62050, Putrajaya. Click HERE for map.

The convoy created the biggest HOOHAA in peaceful Putrajaya. The police siren & honks woke up and brought the whole neighborhood to PROTON SHOWROOM beside Kamdar. The neighborhood flooded our showroom to view the INSPIRA convoy in all colours and model variance led by Kamsani Ahmad, PROTON EDAR General Manager (Sales), Sidik Abdul Hamid, General Manager (marketing), Francis Ong Wee Mun Central Region Head,  Zahari Husin General Manager.

(Pic on left: The Yg Berusaha(s) from PROTON EDAR... GM Kamsani Ahmad, GM Sidik Abdul Hamid, GM Zahari Husin.

Presint 15, Putrajaya for once, was an open disco with the DJ playing the best of hip hop and R&B. We created quite a havoc in a quiet town.

(Left: Kamsani Ahmad, Zahari Husin, Sidik Abdul Hamid, Armin Baniaz Pahamin, 
Francis Ong Wee Mun

HARON AL RASYID BIN HARON (picture in the left), our first INSPIRA PREMIUM buyer whom booked the car without viewing and before the official launching. By the time the INSPIRA was officially launched, Haron Al Rasyid had already received his Letter of Undertaking from the Bank.

The Inspira was a thumbs up from all customers that viewed the car.. 

At 4:30pm, before the arrival of the INSPIRA convoy, there were 105 guests 
that had signed our Guest book.

Putrajaya Police too loved the new Proton Inspira!!!

Siti Nabilla, our loyal supporter

Armin Baniaz Pahamin & Francis Ong Wee Mun

Wan Mohd  Rashidi having a chat with the GMs illustrating the Augmented Reality technology, a technology developed by Malaysian and was first introduced to the public at the recent Tun Mahathir the theater.

ARMIN BANIAZ PAHAMIN..I am very proud to be a Malaysian, a Proton owner, Proton dealer and the President for the PROTON NETWORK. May Allah swt bless our journey forward.

Stay Tune for part 2, the detail price list and for more pictures.......


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