Proton Invites Parties Interested In Its EV Dealership

On 12 June, PROTON has launched the Proton e.MAS brand by appointing 17 dealerships in a signing ceremony. Since then, the network has grown to 18 dealerships, all managed by PRO-NET. This expansion represents a crucial step in the company’s strategy to enhance the accessibility of electric vehicles (EVs) across Malaysia.

The new Proton e.MAS dealership network includes 17 locations across Peninsular Malaysia and one in East Malaysia. Specifically, there are 3 dealerships in Kuala Lumpur, 4 in Selangor, 2 in Johor, 3 in Perak, 2 in Pulau Pinang, and one each in Kedah, Kelantan, and Pahang.

The lone East Malaysian outlet is situated in Sabah. This strategic placement aims to provide comprehensive support and service nationwide as Proton advances its vision for a sustainable future.

The network features a variety of centre models, from 1S to 3S centres, ensuring customers receive holistic service and support. This development underscores Proton’s commitment to establishing a robust ecosystem for Proton e.MAS owners. The aim is to expand to 30 outlets by 2025, with plans for flexible growth based on demand.

Zhang Qiang, Chief Executive Officer of PRO-NET, expressed enthusiasm about the expansion, “With the growth of our Proton e.MAS dealership network, PRO-NET aims to lead the national car industry in leveraging the transformative potential of EVs to build a greener future. Our dealerships will serve as hubs of innovation and learning, dedicated to educating and inspiring individuals. This initiative reflects our commitment to earning greater trust from our customers and positioning ourselves as leaders in the national EV sector.”

PRO-NET is also actively seeking new partners to join the Proton e.MAS dealership network.

Prospective dealers are invited to apply if they are located in Alor Setar, Kuala Terengganu, Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Seremban, Melaka, Johor Bahru, Batu Pahat, Muar, Kuching, Sibu, Bintulu, Miri, Sandakan, or Tawau.

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