FF Avance they say is a mysterious font because up until now, its origin is not known. However, in 2000, Dutch designer Evert Bloemsma created the serif FontFont which includes it. FF Avance has four typefaces which are Regular, Italic, Bold, and Bold Italic and it supports at least 21 languages.
FF Avance brings front-line support features such as fractions, case sensitive forms, super and subscript characters, and stylistic alternates. It also comes with oldstyle and lining figures. This serif stresses dynamic motion and direction of reading that is why it is commonly used in automobile industry. The asymmetrical serifs in upright styles makes it look in Italic. FF Avance is also ideal for editorial and publishing, book text, small text, and web design.