Back in May, local tuning outfit TuneD unveiled its first range of aftermarket bodykits and exclusive packages designed specifically to fit the three Proton models, the Persona, Preve and the Saga. Following comments and feedback about the Saga’s exterior design elements, especially with regards to the front end, the company has come up with a new reinterpretation.

A short video teaser of the Saga Tuned 2 0 project shows that the rework is bringing about a new grille and bumper in a bid to address the criticism of the initial design. Some alterations to the rear presentation have also been carried out, with a black lid spoiler and redone boot trim plate evident in the video clip.

Elsewhere, the TuneD car gets new double five-spoke wheels, presumably 16-inch units, to replace the multi-spoke design of the original restyling job. The side skirt also looks to have been redone,
with a black-coloured splitter now running across the entire length of the unit.

Otherwise, the Fierce Red exterior colour remains, as does the blacked-out pillar treatment to offer the car a ‘floating roof’ look. The TuneD modification package also introduces LED lighting, daytime running lights (DRL), push-start ignition and hood insulation.

No view of the interior for the Saga 2 0, but there should likely be very little change in this area, with partial leather upholstery for the seats already on the first time out. Based on the video teaser, the car on show in the preview should contain all the elements in the Premium package available for the Saga.

GALLERY: TuneD Proton Saga, launch version