Highlights of the Malaysia Autoshow 2019 (Part 2)

Although the BMW i3 has been sold elsewhere for some years, this is the first time it is officially offered in Malaysia. Unlike the i8 and other ‘electrified’ models which are hybrids, the i3s is fully electric. It’s a bold move by BMW Group Malaysia and it will be interesting to see how sales go.
The Mitsubishi Triton is still fresh in the Malaysian market and if you are interested in experiencing its performance, test-drives are available at the event.
For those who appreciate diesel performance and character, Kia’s latest Sorento is worthy of serious consideration.
The Kia Optima EX offers buyers an additional choice in the midsized sedan segment.
French flair and elegance will be found in the Peugeot 5008 SUV.
Volkswagen has confirmed that it has not planned for a next generation of the much-loved Beetle so if you want to own a piece of auto history, consider buying one before stocks completely finish off.
The ultimate mobile party machine where you can bring lots of friends around?
As at previous events. Mercedes-Benz Malaysia has an outdoor display and visitors have a chance to choose from many models to test-drive.
Three lucky visitors to the Malaysia Autoshow 2019 have a chance to win one of these cars.