At the presentation of its sales performance for the first half of 2019, Perodua disclosed some data about its export-related activities, and it was revealed that exports for the brand have picked up from last year, when only 2,184 units were exported. The company is projecting a 50% growth this year, with 3,270 units being shipped out to various markets.

Most of these vehicles will head to Indonesia, which is the largest export market for the automaker. Perodua currently exports the Myvi to Indonesia, the car being badged as the Daihatsu Sirion there. Exports to the republic for the first half of the year increased by 72% compared to the same period last year, with 1,030 units being sent over, and the forecast is that the market will account for 2,170 units out of the total export volume.

Exports to Sri Lanka have also increased, with 344 vehicles delivered in the first half of 2019, up from the 212 during the same period last year. The numbers also improved in Brunei and Singapore, the latter undoubtedly helped by the introduction of the Myvi in April, with two variants of the hatchback available in the republic.

The company also exports vehicles to Fiji and Mauritius, where things have remained constant, and it added a new market last month when the Axia made its debut in the Seychelles. Four variants are available in the republic, which consists of an archipelago of 115 islands off East Africa.