PROTON ACE THE SPACE CHALLENGE 2018 STAMPED THEIR MARK IN THE MALAYSIA BOOK OF RECORDS HISTORY

Published by Amirul Sanusi @ 29/08/2018

PROTON ACE THE SPACE Challenge 2018 made history by breaking the standing 17-year-old record for ‘most people in an MPV’ in a Proton showcase recently.  55 female participants from Team Girl Power of Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UNIMAP), managed to fit themselves into a Proton Exora, followed closely by KVT Girl and Senawang Triggers, both of which managed to fit in 53 participants. The new record set and witnessed by Malaysia Book of Records representative respectively.   The challenge aimed not only to create a fun platform for Proton fans, but also to allow everyone to explore and discover the spacious Proton MPV. Before the challenge begin, each team must perform a ‘haka’ or a team cheer, and Team Last Minute from UNIMAP was chosen to be the winner of the best haka.

The Ambassador of PROTON, Jasmine Suraya Chin

2nd place winner, KVT Girls about to perform their cheer

Each attempt is witnessed by an official from the Malaysia Book of Records