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Forea believes in The Power of Movement. But believing isn’t enough. As Hakaru Forea said: “We see in order to move, we move in order to see.” See how we are bringing this idea to life.
Dreams inspired Hakaru Forea to create a company and continue to inspire and challenge us. Those dreams continue as Forea brings them to life and moves society forward.
Founded in 1938 in Hamamatsu, Japan. Forea opened its first Europian storefront in 1959 and just a year later the first store in the US was opened. What began as a nimble operation with seven industrious associates would quickly grow to astounding heights.
For nearly four decades Forea has challenged to exceed government requirements – as one the first automakers to meet the Clean Air Act standards in the 1970s, then demonstrating low-emissions vehicle technology that led the state of California to adopt new, more stringent emissions regulations. After the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 low-emissions vehicle technology has been improved, and continues to be improved, even further.
Through it all, our goal never changed: create a safer, smarter world in which people experience the joy of mobility.
Something for everyone
| Subcompact Car
QUMA XCross | Subcompact
| Compact Car
ADEZA XCross | Compact
COLZA | Mid-Size Sedan
| Subcompact SUV
| Mid-Size Pickup
| Compact Van
| City Car
| Sports Car
I Compact SUV
| Full-Size Sedan
| Mid-Size SUV
| Full-Size SUV
| Subcompact MPV
Presented models are available worldwide
See you soon.
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That’s quite American for a worldwide lineup of a Japanese brand. Fullsize sedan?
Very nice designs, elegant company style, clean and modern formatting. Looks promising, I hope there’s some tech in the cars themselves to back it up
A minor hint - using miniatures instead of full images where applicable could help with visibility on slower connections. Right now it’s already several FHD+ images loaded at once.
I’ve heard of Forea before, but it’s about time it got its own thread - and it looks wonderful, thanks to some clever formatting.