21 Mar 2024

  • Service now available to customers to have tinting fitted direct from the factory
  • Monthly output capacity of 5,000 units ensures speedy delivery to dealers


Tanjung Malim, 21 March 2024 –National carmaker PROTON is proud to announce the official opening of its Exclusive PROTON Accessories Tint Centre, located at its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Tanjung Malim. In a significant expansion of its in-house tinting capabilities, the new facility is capable of fitting tints for up to 5,000 vehicles per month.

Security tinting was introduced as a standard fit accessory for Flagship and Premium variants of the Proton X90 when it was launched on 7 May 2023. This was repeated with the Proton S70 when it was launched in November last year with both the Flagship and Flagship X variants receiving security tinting as part of the standard accessories package. The option will be expanded to other models in the near future as Proton seeks to deliver more value to their customers.

The are many inherent advantages to having tints fitted by the OEM as opposed to being done after a vehicle has been delivered. These include a better precision fit and finish using pre-cut dies, stringent quality assurance measures, compliance to JPJ regulations and the elimination of secondary defects commonly associated with aftermarket installations. Customers also get to enjoy a 5-year unlimited mileage warranty on all tinting services, underscoring Proton’s commitment to customer satisfaction and the durability of its products.

“The launch of our new tint centre in Tanjung Malim is a significant step towards PROTON’s commitment to delivering quality products and more value to our customers. By taking responsibility for the fitment process, we have better quality control and can offer better peace of mind. With a current built-in capacity of 5,000 vehicles per month, the tint centre is also prepared to take on any short-term increase in volume as more models in Proton’s range are offered with tinting as a standard fit accessory," said Roslan Abdullah, Chief Executive Officer, Proton Edar.