Having revealed its new logo and tagline just this morning, Proton has also confirmed that the new emblem will be featured on all of its future models.

As expected, the new logo will be introduced on the new Perdana, which we know will be launched at the end of Q1 following this morning’s media preview of the car. Next to feature the new-look badge will be the coming next-gen Saga and Persona – both models we know to be just around the corner, having been spied on several occasions already.

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Beyond this, Proton says that its new logo will eventually feature on all of its future models, either as part of facelifts, or on all-new models altogether. Also, if we’re lucky enough to see the rebadged Suzuki Ertiga in Malaysia soon enough, you can count on that model to also get the latest Proton insignia.

Having seen the logo ourselves, we can confirm that it is in fact a three-dimensional one that ditches the previous flat surface design. We can’t quite show you the new logo in action on the new Perdana just yet (our cameras were taken from us at this morning’s preview), but based on the images here, what do you think of it so far? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

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