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Victor Enrich is a professional artist and architectural photographer from Barcelona.Proton has taken the conservative route to the BLM’s styling as it has to have a huge mass appeal, and being safe is always a good idea when it comes to designing a car for volume sales, just look at Toyota’s design language.There are no oddities like the step-up window line of the Savvy, or the bling turbine wheels of the Satria Neo.Not sure what the name is, but Proton might decide to keep the Proton Saga name for continuity, just like how it kept the Persona name for its new Wira replacement, as Persona was the Wira’s export name. Another rear shot of the Proton BLM Is this the new Proton BLM?Clearer Proton BLM side profile spyshots Proton BLM Artist’s Impression by Maru After dabbling for years in the IT industry, Paul Tan initially began this site as a general blog covering various topics of personal interest.It looks like a nice, compact and anonymous-looking small B-segment sedan, with a boot that looks like it could store an estimated 400 to 450 litres of luggage.
If Proton continues its new philosophy of designing cars for the consumers, expect nifty conveniences such as hinges that do not intrude into boot space, a decent amount of interior storage space, and a frugal 1.3 litre engine with both manual and automatic gearboxes.
The car only had its Proton badges removed/covered up, but other than that it shows pretty much the full details of the car.
The Proton BLM looks rather decent, and the rear will remind people of the outgoing Mercedes Benz W203 C-Class.
Sany San survived a modern-day genocide in Cambodia, and after arriving in the United States four years ago, it seemed as if she had finally been delivered from harm’s way.
But on a quiet Sunday morning, on her way to catch a bus to her job at a doughnut shop, San’s life was cut short in an attack so violent that it has left police, her relatives and many in San Jose’s Cambodian-American community in shock and disbelief.
“She was supposed to be safe in this country,” said Jennifer Chan, vice president of the Cambodian Women’s Association in San Jose.