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This illustration was done by Theophilus Chin based on spyshots of the Proton P2-30A Global Small Car that we’ve seen so far, especially the one at the PLUS Ulu Bernam rest area that we saw earlier this week, which was the clearest yet.

Details such as the bumper and grille shape was based on that spyshot. The shape of the headlamps are also based on what we could make out from under the disguise, and the they are given a twin lens design based on the two cut-outs in the prototype’s camouflage.

The shape around the side window profile is a little touch of Theophilus’ own, inspired by the shape of the window line of the Proton EMAS and Lotus CityCar concepts. And of course, finally, the alloy wheel design is based on those found on the Proton P2-30A prototype that we featured on test in Europe.

What do you think? Is this what the P2-30A looks like? Spyshots below for reference.

 

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