Proton Savvy was introduced in 2005 and this compact supermini is priced from £7,995.
Here we have the latest spy shots of Proton’s Savvy replacement, the global P2-30A, which was caught in Northern Sweden, where Continental Teves test engineers are doing final testing, before its expected Asian debut in the coming months.
In addition to exterior shots we also get to see the interior, revealing an automatic gearbox (most likely CVT like all new Protons), leather upholstery, big infotainment screen in the middle and three big air conditioning control knobs below it. There are also steering wheel audio controls
The Savvy is powered by a 1.2-litre D-Type DOHC 16-valve engine sourced from Renault, and the new model is likely to continue using Renault power.