Reader Maru sent in a batch of amazing photos of the Proton Waja CPS and the Proton GEN2 CPS, which were spotted at a resort in Port Dickson last week. Continue reading this post after the jump for the clearest shots of the car so far, including photos of the Waja CPS’s interior, which has some minor changes.
[ UPDATE: Latest news, showroom photos of the new Proton Waja CPS 1.6. ]
We’ve all seen the new facelifted GEN2 CPS before as it was displayed to the public in Thailand recently. You’ve got the enlarge grille, new bumper and smoked headlamps at the front.
And a rear that doesn’t look very different from the existing Proton GEN2, except for the new CPS 1.6 logo on the left of the boot lid.
The interior is also the new and improved Persona-based interior that we’ve seen on the Thai market facelifted GEN2.
Another look at the interior.
Seats with integrated headrests.
Proton Waja CPS Spyshots
This is the Proton Waja CPS, which looks pretty much like the latest facelift of the Proton Waja launched together with the Savvy facelift.
The rear also looks the same, except for the CPS 1.6 badging and the twin tailpipe exhaust.
Alloy wheels and rear discs.
This is where it starts getting interesting – a glimpse into the Waja CPS interior. There is a new shifter with nice aluminium trim and an aluminium base. The shift is now a gated shift – gives it a more premium feel?
The Waja CPS interior shot from the other side of the car – gated shifter uses a P-R-N-D-3-2-L pattern. There’s also something that looks like a 2-DIN DVD/navigation system – I think it’s already available on some Proton cars.
We don’t really know when the Proton Waja CPS and the Proton GEN2 CPS facelift will be launched, and the final product might be totally different from what we see here, but it is an interesting indication.
Facelifted Proton GEN2 with CPS launched in Thailand