Not only is there enough eye candies of body works (both in human and metallic form), there are a great number of fun activities for Malaysians of all walks of life. Here are some of the cars you can expect to find: .
Anyways, the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) and Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute (ASLI) has really outdone themselves this time. If you’ve been involved in an exhibition before, you’d know it’s a lot of work entailing sleepless nights prior to the event.
Proton is actually an insidious Malaysian Government's agency which is secretly helping the undeserving Malaysian to own a damn fucking car, no matter how wrecked it is. Let’s run through some of the new vehicle launches which, prior to this event is never before/rarely unveiled on our soils:- . While you’re at Perodua’s booth, be sure to check out a model that lets you see what you can expect in terms of legroom from future Viva models . And you’ll find a few manufacturers offering regular models with dress-up options such as:- . Furthermore, 55% of car theft in Malaysia is by hot-wiring (that is, the thieves break into your car and somehow drive off your car without requiring your car keys).Carjacking (hijacking cars) is the next most common manner at 30% by which your car is stolen.