TD2000 – THE UNIQUE HAND BUILT ROADSTER & BEAUTIFUL SPECIAL CLASSIC CAR BY TDESIRE SDN BHD MALAYSIA
TD2000 is a very unique classic car design specially with hand built. This car is a very rare car on the road and the price range is around RM170,000. For the classic car fans, this might be what you are looking for. Below are some details about the auto company that brings this special car in Malaysia, the TDESIRE SDN BHD.
Located in the busy and affluent suburb of Subang Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur, the new Tdesire Sdn Bhd showroom will be the base for its sales and marketing operations and vehicle display.
The new showroom cum office has been renovated to meet the demands of today’s TD2000 customers. A comfortable and suitable ambience have been created for TD2000 customers to have a pleasant visit every time.
Facing the new showroom is the busy New Pantai Valley Expressway (NPVE) at the Subang Jaya end. Neon lighting for Tdesire signboard is included to attract night motorists passing the area and become a landmark for that area.
Walnut-burr dashboard – Hand crafted and polished dashboard that reflects the exclusivity of driving a TD2000.
TD2000 for Charity (photos of TD2000 Energizer display at Sunway Pyramid and Mid Valley Megamall and write-up)
A TD2000 was the Grand Prize to any donor to the Methodist Boys Secondary School Kuala Lumpur (MBSSKL) Building Fund who guessed the exact number of Energizer batteries in a promotion held over a three week period in April 2007.
The TD2000 which was displayed beside the promotion booth at Sunway Pyramid and Midvalley Megamall, two of Malaysia’s more prominent shopping malls, attracted thousands of spectators and donors alike.
The final day of the TD2000/MBSSKL promotion was also in conjunction with the school’s successful bid to hold the largest chess tournament in Malaysia and went into the Malaysia Book of Records. Unfortunately, no donor made the correct guess but those with the nearest correct answers won other prizes donated by Star Cruise, Corus Hotel and Renew Express Malaysia.