UPDATE: Perodua has launched a facelifted Perodua Myvi SE 2008 on the 10th of October 2008. Check out full details, photos and prices via the linked text.
Perodua has released a new special edition variant of the hugely successful Perodua Myvi called the Perodua Myvi Special Edition, or the Perodua Myvi SE for short. These photos are courtesy of reader Rufus King who snapped them while he was sending his Perodua in for service.
Basically, it’s a Perodua Myvi fitted with the sporty bodykit that’s found on the Perodua Myvi Sports that was showed at the KLIMS last year, also the same one as the Toyota Passo TRD bodykit, and the Daihatsu Boon X4, without the hood scoop for the Boon X4’s intercooler of course.
I would think a hood scoop would look weird with the current curve of the Perodua Myvi SE‘s bonnet anyway. There’s also the odd position of the front number plate – it’s slightly to the left.
Headlamps and bonnet are the same, but we’re not here to see what’s the same as the standard issue Perodua Myvi, we want to know what’s changed! Here are the changes in point form for easy reading:
- New front bumper with new foglamp design
- New rear bumper
- New rear spoiler
- New side skirting
- Optitron meter in blue
- Twin 5-spoke alloy wheels
- Chromed muffler tip
- Leather seats (lovely!)
- Silver trim for center console
Of course, being one of the top end models in the Myvi range, the Perodua Myvi SE has the high spec Myvi’s dual SRS airbags and ABS brakes. Not sure how much the price for this 2007 Perodua Myvi Special Edition, so I’ll be heading into the showrooms tomorrow to find out… this post will be updated with new info then.
For now, more photos after the jump!