poor d.i.y instructions - edit them a.s.a.p
KUALA LUMPUR, June 6 — Not content with his claim of being Proton's “chief tester”, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said he had also sought to direct the carmaker in its choice of engines and vehicle designs.
In a blog post today, however, the former prime minister said his ideas were rebuffed by the carmaker.
“I tried to upgrade Proton's engine. But Proton refused,” he wrote, saying he believed Volvo engines would have given Proton an advantage in the European market.
er ... just tested - suspension needs a wee tweaking lah
“I also wanted to make pick-up trucks. Proton not only rejected that, but also disagreed with selling 1,000 Proton Preve of buyers who were willing to shift from sedans to pick-ups.”
That's probably where the problem of Proton management lies. Too many interference from a then powerful man who thought (still does) he's God's answer to automobile designing, engineering, technology, production, testing, sales and after-sales service.
can someone pass me the super-glue please?
That's also why he failed miserably in Forex, Maminco, Perwaja, Bakun, BMF, re-designing his Chosen Ones, etc.