Proto Motors

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Proto Motors
Native name
프로토자동차
Founded1997
Defunct2017
HeadquartersSouth Korea
Productssports cars

Proto Motors (Korean: 프로토자동차) was a South Korean sports car manufacturer and coachbuilder. It was established in 1997, and has forged partnerships with Hyundai Motor Company, Kia Motors, and GM Daewoo. It introduced the Spirra (a production model of PS-ll) at the 4th Seoul Motor Show. Presently, the company specializes in redesigning existing models by developing electric cars or convertibles based on them. In 2001, the company custom-made a convertible limousine for Cheongwadae, the South Korean presidential residence. The company closed in 2017.

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