FOTON has established long-term cooperative relationships with partners such as BOSCH, Lotus, Motorola, Daimler and Cummins, among others, in order to ensure that every vehicle produced by FOTON boasts the very latest technological innovations, delivering optimum performance, superior safety features, enhanced functionality and unparalleled affordability to consumers all over the world.
The founders and incorporators of FOTON Motor Philippines, Inc. (FMPI) were convinced to bring the brand to the shores of the Philippine automotive market in year 2006. Just 10 years after, FMPI became a registered locator in the Clark Freeport Zone with a 50-year lease agreement with Clark Development Corporation (CDC) engaging in the automotive and truck industry.
In 2016, a total of P 1.2 billion was invested for the construction of the FOTON Motor Philippines, Inc. (FMPI) Assembly Plant – the first automotive plant in CDC, with a line capable of producing 12, 000 vehicles annually. FOTON has also set its official membership in the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. (CAMPI) – a leading organization in the Philippine automotive industry where to date; FOTON holds the 9th overall ranking.
|Foton Car Models||Price|
|Foton Transvan Price|
₱ 1,168,000 - 1,263,000
|Foton Toplander Price|
₱ 1,388,000 - 1,488,000
|Foton Traveller Price|
₱ 1,540,000 - 1,690,000
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