Proton pins hopes on new models


Better image: Dr Mahathir (left) and Abdul Harith at the press conference. Abdul Harith says Proton wants to ‘right the mistakes’ it has made in the past and remove the negative perception that the public has on the national car company.

SHAH ALAM: Proton Holdings Bhd is hoping that the launch of new models such as the Perdana will help it achieve sales of 150,000 units this year.

“With the new Perdana and new models planned, we hope to achieve this target,” said chief executive officer Datuk Abdul Harith Abdullah at a media briefing yesterday. “We’re not aiming high. Our goals are realistic,” he said.

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