- Version 3 debuts the use of anchoring in the Forza storefront. Rather than having to trawl through pages to find information, or have the clutter of floating spoilers, anchoring directly links the user to the relevant paragraph and then back to where they came from.
- Version 3 also sees the release of Forza Commercial Vehicles and Forza Engineering Division
- Market information is now readily available
8-May-12 G-Series update released replacing the previous ten year old model
15-Sep-11 Forza smashes the 100 export markets milestone!
10-May-11 Forza closes on it's 100 export markets target with expansion into Chernarussia
3-May-11 Forza expands into Valcluse
15-Feb-11 Forza expands into Greto.
13-Feb-11 Forza expands into Kazzoria and Treka.
2-Feb-11 New generation M-Series released
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Market InformationTotal Number as of 14th August 2011: 102
Aqua Di Mare
Finnish North America
The Five Worlds
Greater Western Russia
The Republic of Lanos
Monte della Vittoria
The Murdering Blobs
No Phat Chicks
Of the Quendi
Shing Tao Mei Jing
Ta Ka Au
United Former America
United Kingdom UK1
YohannesFiscal Report & Market Analysis
4th Quarter 2010/2011 (Apr-11/Jun-11) Financial Year - Public ReleaseSales by Model
1. Cervelo 14,440,420 ■
2. E-Series 6,532,000 ■
3. C-Series 3,740,000 ▲
4. B-Series 2,994,000 ▲
5. H-Series 2,980,000 ▼
6. G-Series 1,420,000 ▼
7. T-Series 1,330,000 ▲
8. M-Series 710,000 ▼
9. Z-Series 99,000 ▲
10. S-Series 72,000 ▼
11. R-Series 2,200 ■
Total 34,319,620 ▲
Cervelo sales increase by over 1000% as Forza pushes the low cost car into more developing markets.
E-Series sales jump due to new technology, new engines, expansion and advertisement.
B-Series and C-Series price cuts have great effect and the models are now claiming a larger sales stake.
H-Series sales increase, but can't match B & C.
G-Series sales increase with diesel engines occupying 90% of all sales.
T-Series increases it's lead over other recreational cars.
Z-Series and S-Series the biggest percentage improvers due to greater supply and greater interest.
R-Series sales slip by 200 due to supply constraints.Sales by NationAhtreil 0.6%
Andy Joseph 0.1%
Anglo-Saxon Empire 3.6%
Aqua Di Mare 0.3%
Britinia II 0.5%
Canadian Pacific 1.2%
Connar Republic 0.1%
The Eagleland 4.2%
Finnish North America 0.2%
The Five Worlds 0.4%
Germanic Federation 0.5%
Grays Krai 0.2%
Great- Britain 0.2%
Greater Rhodes 4.8%
Greater Western Russia 3.7%
Hedonistic Despotism 1.5%
Italian Vatican 0.1%
The Republic of Lanos 0.9%
Libertarian Governance 5.2%
Monte della Vittoria 0.5%
Monte Mare 4.8%
Monte Sierre 4.6%
The Murdering Blobs 0.1%
New Orcrimmar 0.1%
No Phat Chicks 2.2%
Of the Quendi 5.1%
Royal Setin 0.2%
Scotch City 0.1%
Shing Tao Mei Jing 0.1%
South Lietuvas 0.3%
Ta Ka Au 0.5%
United Former America 3%
United Kingdom UK1 0.7%
Van Luxemburg 5.6%
Virginian Republic 3.2%
Vitaphone Racing 10.2%
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Forza was founded for one reason, and one reason only. The driver. A Forza should never be seen as just a mode of transport, and a drive in a Forza should never be seen as a commute. Instead, we hope to offer every driver a journey, a voyage and above all, an occaision. Sliding behind the wheel of one of our cars should never feel a chore, because that is exactly the opposite of what we desire. A Forza is built to offer dynamic bliss teamed with the interior comfort you deserve. Whether you decide to purchase our smallest car and most affordable car, or our flagship super car, you can rest assured knowing that you are buying the best your money can buy.
A Forza has long served as a statement of success, a reward for those whose hard work has paid off and are now looking to revel in the finer things in life. All Forza vehicles are built by people who understand driving pleasure and seek to infuse their dynamic and performance expertise within the automobile. It should speak volumes that a prototype Forza will accumulate nearly 500,000km of testing on every kind of road possible before the car is released.
Why choose Forza?
After purchasing a Forza, the relationship does not end there. Every customer will be subject to the same friendly and personal treatment that they deserve, whether they buy a Forza B4 or a Forza M8 LWB. You can expect your car to be collected from your home or any place you desire when your vehicle is to be serviced or repaired. Unlike other dealerships, only one mechanic will be responsible for your vehicle, and will not be passed backwards and forwards between mechanics. Not only that, you will be treated like a real person and have any problems with the vehicle explained to you in great detail. We like to add a personal touch to every vehicle we create, and we invite you to share in this.
Forza buyers are also eligible to compete in several racing events organized soley for Forza drivers, along with receiving features that many other automobile manufactures wouldn't dream of offering. These include specially reserved seats at many sporting events, specialized driving courses and countless social events for you to enjoy.
And when selling your Forza, you can expect only the best treatment as we hope you will be replacing your old Forza with a new one, and further continue our relationship. At Forza, we consider you, the customer, to have priority over everything else.
Every Forza is made to their owners requirements, with a range of interior options and specification options available on every model. Since this is your car, we would like to personalize it to your taste. Every individual is different, and we respect that. This goes down right to the seats which you sit in, which can be specified to the drivers, and passengers, body build and comfort desirements. Wood or aluminium inlays and fascia can be fitted to almost every model, and you personally choose interior and exterior colours. Two-tone vehicles are also possible.
To further personalize your vehicle, we have created Command. Command is a program which allows the driver to customize every aspect of their vehicle for any ever changing situation. Everything from the climate control to the suspension settings and throttle response can be changed by using the Command function. This allows you, the driver, to set up the car to reflect the conditions you are driving with considerable ease.
The Tickford Experience
Many customers just aren't happy with stock standard. Who is a complete stranger to dictate to you how you would like your vehicle?
Tickford is a luxury coach builder exclusively commissioned by Forza Automotive to add custom additions and designs to the Forza range. Buyers can enter into the Tickford program with any model they choose to buy. Along with an extensive range of existing Tickford options for your vehicle, Tickford also commissions one off custom variants of your chosen Forza model to deliver that taste of individualism which one always desires.
Tickford options fluctuate greatly in price. For more information about Tickford treatment on your next Forza, contact your local dealer.
Forza Performance: Sport, RS, GT, R
Forza has long had a strong history with performance, and as such we go to lengths to put the sporting touch in each of our vehicles. Sitting behind the wheel of any one of our cars, you will feel the purity that only a rear wheel drive car can give, feel the connection to the road which has made our cars what they are and feel the joy a new Forza can bring. What is a passion for you, is an obsession for us.
Forza performance models are available on most of the model range, begining with the subtly sporty S and Sport models found on many of the more practical additions to the Forza range. The Sport badge, usually abbreviated to a single S, sees a long history with Forza vehicles signifying a variant designed and optimized for driver pleasure. Sport additions now days not only bring an exterior package to ensure there is no mistaking your vehicle for a base model, but also bring a firmer chassis, a greater variation of suspension setting through the command function and of course, increased power. The Sport badge is not just a sticker to adorn a variant in the Forza tree, it represents proper history and a passion for driving.
The GT and GT-R badges are used to signify those cars who really are supercars in disguise. The Grand Touring badge is one fitted to many brands of vehicle world wide, but how many of those vehicles can really claim to fulfill the title of Grand Tourer? Who knows, but we do know that a Forza can. GT and GT-R badges are only fitted to the most extreme of the Forza sedans, those who really can embarrass a great many sports cars with their straight line speed and telepathic handling. Buying into the GT and GT-R legend not only entitles the user to a powerful car with a honed chassis, but also into the Forza Performance membership club.
Sitting atop the crust represents the Modena and R badged models. The top tier of Forza performance signifies the most powerful, hardest and fastest vehicles available in the Forza range. A car isn't simply given the Modena or R badge, it must earn it.
Forza was founded in the nation of Vitaphone Racing by Mark Canarvon in 1943. Mark originally wanted to create an automobile company that existed solely to provide driving pleasure, and to make driving an experience rather than a chore. This idealism made Forza a slow-starting but strong success within the home nation of Vitaphone Racing. The first automobile produced was the FX8, a two door, four seat luxury coupe with a 6.0 Litre V8 engine, good for a top speed of 120mph, which was considered exceptional in 1943. The FX8 quickly became a status symbol for those with the affluence to afford it, and an inspiration for those who could do nothing but sit back and dream. Production of the FX8 ceased in 1950, after seven years and over two thousand models sold to various customers, many from other nations.
In 1952, Forza was sufficiently happy with the success of the Luxury Coupe and decided to further its horizons by releasing two new models, a two seat sports car in 1954 and a four door luxury saloon in 1956. The two seat sports car was classified as the FR8, but quickly became dubbed the Bolt, due to the small lightning bolt that adorned the badge and the car's frighting acceleration. The FR8 made use of radial tuned suspension, which was technology that was a long way ahead of its time. RTS gave the FR8 real dynamic ability that sharpened the driver's connection to the road and seemingly made every other similar automobile feel truck like and disconnected. Unfortunately, the FR8 was also a handful to drive thanks to the enourmous V8 engine, the same that had powered the FX8. Many a driver was caught out by the torque surge at low RPM's.
By 1973, Forza began to set their sights on foreign markets and gradually began to expand into the region of Texas. The brand sought instant acclaim from new markets for their luxurious cars, both large and sporty. However in 1974, a little known terrorist group called the FFF (Federation of Freedom Fighters) began to spread their idealistic views throughout the nation of Vitaphone Racing, and then commenced a political war against the Government. The FFF grew to infamy for terrorist bombings and indescriminant shootings in busy public areas, and eventually began to overrun the military of Vitaphone Racing. Trouble caused by the FFF effectively halted production of Forza, although the factory was never actually in danger. Neighbouring nations invaded Vitaphone Racing on behalf of the Vitaphone Government and gradually, the FFF was pushed back and eradicated, with atrocities being committed by both sides.
It took until 1980 for Forza to effectively recover, and by that stage the cars they produced werre in small demand and the future looked bleak. This was when Forza decided to open to a new and lower market with the new H6 and H8 series of sedan, a large, spacious luxurious and fast sedan with a price that more people could afford. The H-Series as it became known, was an instant success for its great looks and involving drive. This success was further backed up by the introduction of the E4 and E6, a smaller sedan and even more affordable. When the E-Series was released, many Forza executives worried that this sedan would cheapen the brands image too much, but they were wrong. The E-Series instead raised the bar of the mid-size sedan segment and since then has never looked back.
In 2010, Forza exports to well over 50 different nations and has a line up of over ten different vehicles. The new generation hero model was found in 2004, when the new R-Series was released. The R-Series has started a cult around Forza, with this famous car adorning the walls of millions of young boys' bedrooms and being the car of choice for gamers alike. This reputation has been further cemented by the runaway success of the R-Series in racing leagues.
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