Lotus Evora RM470k Jo!


Helo. Selamat Pagi gua bangun pagi. Kereta ni dah masuk Malaysia. Harga dia RM470k. Sekian harap maklum. Siapa yang nak beli tolong interkom gua. Mana best dengan Veyron tengok.


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    • kete_hitam on 22/06/2010 at 8:10 AM
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    D/payment 10%, loan 25 thn agak baraper hengget sebulan?

    • John Kumbang on 22/06/2010 at 8:18 AM
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    Bini aku mesti marah kalo beli keta cenggini. Katanya, baik beli semi-D kat Bukit Mahkota, lagi best……

    • carragher27 on 22/06/2010 at 8:30 AM
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    gilalah loan 25tahun..baik beli rumah…

    • on 22/06/2010 at 9:00 AM
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    Gua dah kira…D/P RM47K…Full loan RM423K 25 tahun dgn 5% interest = RM3172.50 sebulan…hahaha…giler

    • kete_hitam on 22/06/2010 at 10:48 AM
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    gila lah, buleh bayar keta gua utk 4 bulan tuh…..
    rzmin = loan umah aku 25thn pon baru 680 sebulan..

    • pelug on 22/06/2010 at 1:15 PM
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    harga boleh beli kondo kat hartamas

    • basikal on 22/06/2010 at 2:44 PM
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    besi makin mahal……..

    • zaligt on 22/06/2010 at 7:57 PM
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    hebat sangat ke keta ni kalau nak dibandingkan ngan bmw 5series.mahal sangat..kata join ngan proton…

    • jeremy on 22/06/2010 at 10:45 PM
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    Proton & Lotus to jointly develop global small car

    PETALING JAYA, June 22 — Proton Holdings Berhad and its wholly-owned subsidiary Group Lotus Plc are jointly working on developing small cars for the global market.
    Proton said today that the cars — likely to have 1-litre to 1.5-litre engines — will share identical mechanical underpinnings, powertrains and electrical systems but will differ in terms of the interior and exterior design.

    The Proton version will have five doors and is aimed at the Asia and Middle East market while the Lotus version will be aimed at the global sports car market.

    Proton group managing director Datuk Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohamed Tahir said that it is a market-driven project as trends indicate consumer demand for small fuel-efficient cars.

    “It has to be done,” he said in a media briefing today.

    He declined to commit to a time frame but said that such cars typically take 18 to 24 months to develop.

    The collaboration is part of efforts by Proton to better leverage the brand and expertise of its iconic UK asset.

    The Lotus management is in Malaysia and will spend the next day and a half with Proton management working on ways to strengthen collaboration between the two companies.

    “There will be issues but group willpower will prevail,” said Syed Zainal.

    Lotus, which was acquired by Proton over a decade ago, has yet to turn a profit. Proton declined to say how much more it is investing into Lotus but said it was looking at a five-year time frame to make Lotus profitable.

    As part of its bid for profitability, Lotus plans to triple production from 2,500 cars to 8,000 cars per annum.

    It also plans to rebrand itself from a niche car maker to a premium high-end sports car manufacturer and benchmark itself against companies like Aston Martin, Ferrari and Porsche.

    To that end, it has recruited several key players from other luxury sports car manufacturers, mostly Ferrari and Porsche.

    Donato Coco, former director of design at Ferrari, is its new director of design. Joining him are Wiebke Bauer, former head of merchandising and product management at Ferrari who will now head Lotus merchandising, and Guillaume Chabin, former general manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Ferrari who is now director of sales at Lotus.

    Frank Tuch, former director of quality management at Porsche, is now chief operating officer at Lotus. Joining him are Erik Ruge, former logistics manager at Porsche Leipzig who is now director of industrial processes at Lotus.

    Andreas Schlegel, former GM of marketing and network development at Aston Martin, is now director of marketing at Lotus.

    “I call this the Real Madrid of the sports car industry,” said Lotus CEO Dany Bahar.

    Asked about news reports that Proton is in talks with Indian conglomerate Mahindra and Mahindra to enter the Indian market, Proton said it is in talks with a potential partner in India but declined to identify the party.

    • ziuziuweng on 22/06/2010 at 10:45 PM
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    test dgn gtr tngok

    • jijo on 23/06/2010 at 3:30 AM
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    ni target baru budak MLM lepas BMW..

    “korang tak teringin ke nak pakai evora tu….”

    err evora ngan exora tu dekat2 aje bunyi die

    • azwan nbs on 23/06/2010 at 4:16 PM
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    kete mahal2 nak buat ape…

  1. beli bagi bini buat hantar anak pegi sekolah.

    • kancil ex660 on 03/08/2010 at 12:19 PM
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    zalig keta ni mmg hbt.mamat top gear 2 puji melambung2 psl handleing keta nih.cbe korg tgk kt youtube

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