! In fact, Frem is the founder of a car manufacturing company called “Frem Automotive.” David Frem is aiming to not only offering a high-quality car to Lebanese people but also at putting Lebanon on the map of car manufacturing. However, this car cannot be driven because it is not registered yet due to some complications. David needs support from the politicians, and the Lebanese people to register his car and to fully launch this project! https://www.facebook.com/FremIndustry/videos/1578259162253915/?hc_ref=ARTHt99vU9OvizwOG3Y0wdaodyYhg-yVpUll7RXj1X2eWuZh2vVSwT8eeooOmmYKrqw “Frem Beirut Edition” is the first sample of this car, which can reach a speed up to 180 km/hour. The car was unveiled to President Michel Aoun on September 12 in the Presidential Palace. David Frem is currently a finalist in the Brilliant Lebanese Awards 2017. You can check out his profile and
. This car is entirely made in Lebanon. However, certain car parts were imported from abroad. The company is currently working on a military car, called “Frem Immortal”, which will be available on the market in 2018. This car will be featured as
trade shows as it is not expensive and can also be used by civilians. A project like this can greatly benefit Lebanon. We can’t wait to see cars that are made in Lebanon on the Lebanese roads!
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