Proton has announced in itsthat the order books for the It was inaugurated during the weekend of April 8. Reservations for the upcoming three-row SUV can be made exclusively at Proton 3S and 4S centers, according to the post.
Pricing for the X90 has yet to be revealed, though for now we know that the SUV, available in six- and seven-seater layouts, will be offered in four variants, namely Standard, Executive, Premium, and Flagship. The X90 measures 4,835mm long, 1,900mm wide and 1,785mm tall with a 2,815mm wheelbase.
The first three starting from the base variant will be specified with 2-3-2 seating configuration for a total of seven, incorporating a second-row bench layout. Instead, the top flagship variant will get the 2-2-2 layout, where the center row bench is swapped out for a pair of captain’s chairs.
Inside, the X90 gets a black leather interior with a beige roof, and the Flagship is topped off with a nearly full-length panoramic moonroof that extends from the first row to behind the second row. Also in the top variant of the X90 there are ventilated seats for the first two rows.
Device charging connectivity in the X90 is supported by two USB-A ports in the front row below the air conditioning controls, plus another behind the rearview mirror to power a dashcam; there is also a wireless phone charger out front. The middle row has one USB-A and one USB-C, and two more USB-A ports in the third row.
The X90’s powertrain will be the 1.5-liter turbocharged inline three-cylinder gasoline engine that serves in theas well as updated versions of the and here in the X90 this unit also receives 48 volt electrification.
Becoming a mild hybrid means the X90 gets power outputs of 190bhp and 300Nm, up from 177bhp and 255Nm for existing Proton SUVs. Transmission continues to be via a seven-speed wet dual-clutch gearbox.
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