Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Video: Jean Alesi Reviews Proton Prevé

Jean Alesi (a.k.a. Giovanni Alesi) was invited to test drive Proton Prevé, code name P3-21A. The legendary Formula One driver immediately like the feeling of the responsive steering as soon as he got into Proton Prevé.

Jean Alesi commented that Proton Prevé had responded very well while he was driving, and when he uses the pedal shift, he can sense the engine braking, which is very good because he won't always have to be on the brake.

While cruising on Proton Prevé, Jean Alesi pointed out that he can't feel the changes between the gears, and the engine performance was amazing. With Proton's Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) and Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with Brake Assist & Traction Control, Jean Alesi managed to break immediately upon pressing the brake pedal, and the feel was perfect - not too soft, and not too hard.

Jean Alesi felt comfortable and sporty while driving the car, especially while crossing the bump, which he notices very good performance from the suspension side that enabled him to cross the bump flatly and soft.

Jean Alesi commented that Proton Prevé felt like a continental car and it's really solid. "Especially on the rear, when you have the front so aggresive, you expect the rear (just) like that (too). It's really well balanced".

Below is the video showing Jean Alesi test-driving Proton Prevé :

About Jean Alesi
Jean Alesi (born Giovanni Alesi; June 11, 1964) is a French racing driver of Italian origin. His Formula One career included spells at Tyrrell, Benetton, Sauber, Prost, Jordan and most notably Ferrari where he proved very popular among the tifosi. In 2006 Alesi was awarded Chevalier de la Legion d’honneur. [source]

Jean Alesi is also the ambassador for the Lotus brand.
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