The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) could be looking to add the Proton Iriz and the Proton Suprima S into its fleet of patrol cars soon – photos of the said units have been uploaded on the Friend of PDRM Facebook page. Information revealed on said page states that the Iriz is set to replace the Perodua Kancil patrol cars while the larger Suprima S models should see duty at larger police stations.

Should that be the case, expect the handover ceremony to take place as soon as next month. The move should be seen as one of the many efforts conducted by the force to help improve and elevate its image amongst the general public. Recently, the force will also refresh its fleet by adding a total of 1,200 new patrol cars to replace units that are over eight-years old.


The new Proton Iriz and Suprima S patrol cars – of which photos have been circulating on Facebook recently – appear to sport the latest graphic that are seen adorning the new patrol vehicles, as well. The livery now adds on reflective green stripes on the bonnet, flanks and even the tailgate from the looks of said cars.

Also, PDRM could be looking into the possibility of equipping its patrol cars with the C4i system – said platform involves the business of directing, controlling, communication, coordination and information, with Global Positioning System (GPS) technology.