TD Cars (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is a private limited company, which was incorporated in Malaysia in 1998. Its shareholders are mainly Malaysian businessmen (85%) and Australian businessmen (15%). The company’s business activities center around the manufacture, distribution and sale of the TD2000 classic sports car made in Malaysia. In 1998, the company acquired the rights, intellectual properties and trade marks associated with the production of the TD2000 Roadster which was originally developed in Australia.Now they have choose Thailand as the latest export destination for the TD2000 classic car.Read the full news from Bernama below. TD CARS SIGNS AGREEMENT TO EXPORT TD2000 CLASSIC CAR TO THAILAND KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 15 — TD Cars (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd has chosen Thailand as the latest export destination for its Malaysian-made TD2000 classic car. The company recently signed an agreement with Tycoon Car Co Ltd, which has been appointed as the Thai distributor. TD Cars’ managing director Edward Teo said Thailand was the 15th export destination for the TD2000, which is assembled by Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Sdn Bhd (Proton). “Our Malaysian-made car has successfully sparked interest among people from all over the world and we are excited at this opportunity to share our concept of classic open-top driving in Thailand,” he said in a statement today. Tycoon Car’s chairman Nontapak Sucher said the company aimed to sell 20 or more units of the TD2000 within the first year of its introduction scheduled in December 2010. “With a combination of timeless elegance, modern technology, performance and reliability, the TD2000 is a classic that restores the romance of a bygone era,” he said. The TD2000 is equipped with a 1,988cc, twin-cam, 130 brake horsepower (bhp), fuel-injected engine and five-speed manual or automatic transmission plus disc brakes on all wheels. The TD2000 Roadster was developed by an Australian company, Westmex Ltd, and made its debut at the Melbourne Motor Show in 1989. In 1998, a Malaysian consortium led by Teo bought the manufacturing and intellectual rights and began commercial production of the reengineered TD2000 in April 2000 in Malaysia.