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Proton Edar Sdr Holding is Malaysia's largest national automaker.
Initially, Proton brand models were created by upgrading Mitsubishi cars.
Since the second half of the 90s, the Malaysian company began to develop cars with an original design.
The company began producing its cars in 1985, when, under the license of Mitsubishi Motors, the production of a small Proton Saga sedan was launched, which technically was a popular 1983 Mitsubishi Lancer model.
Proton built its plant in Shah Alam, Selangor province.
By 1989, the 100, 000th Proton Saga had been released. Initially, cars were assembled in Malaysia from imported components, but over time, production was made local.
The company's logo was a crescent and a 14-pointed star.
Only in the late 90s did Proton get a new image in the form of a stylized tiger head and the inscription "Proton".
For the first 10 years of its life, the company produced licensed Mitsubishi clone cars.
In 1996, Proton acquires a controlling stake in the British Lotus Cars.
After this event, the design division of Lotus began to develop models for production in Malaysian factories.
A number of third-party companies were also involved in this process. The result of this work was the Waja sedan - the first model independently developed by the company.
In 2004, the new GEN2 family of compact vehicles was launched at the Tanchung Malim plant.
This model, produced in 4- and 5-door bodies, was also developed for the European market.
August 3, 2008 Proton produced its 3 millionth car. They became the second generation Saga sedan.
In addition to the domestic market, the company's products are exported, although this direction of sales is poorly developed in our time.
European sales are limited to the UK.
Together with Turkey and Cyprus, Proton cars were sold in Europe in 2007 in total 3511 units.
The cars of the brand are also exported to the countries of Southeast Asia.
In July 2007, the company entered into an agreement with Youngman Automobile Group Ltd. Co. for the supply of 30, 000 GEN2 vehicles annually, which Youngman will sell in China under its own EuropeStar brand.
In 2007, negotiations were underway for the acquisition of a controlling stake in the company by the German Volkswagen, but the cooperation was ultimately interrupted.
In 2008, Proton renews its partnership with Mitsubishi Motors.
Two years later, the Malaysian company launches the Proton Inspira sedan, a facelifted version of the X-generation Lancer.
In 2012, the DRB-HICOM automotive concern takes over Proton.
Under the wing of the parent company, Proton develops new models with increased safety and fuel-efficient turbocharged engines.