Look, What New Ford Fusion Has to Offer

New Ford Fusion is claimed to be the first sedan to offer gasoline, hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains, each with expected top fuel economy.

With seven high-end technologies, including a Lane Keeping System, adaptive cruise control, active park assist and MyFord Touch, the all-new Ford Fusion shows how Ford is delivering features customers truly want and value, says the company.

It further says customers can choose from Fusion’s widest-ever portfolio of fuel-efficient powertrains including EcoBoost, hybrid and plug-in hybrid engines; automatic and manual transmission offerings; and auto start stop technology.

Revealed in North America as the midsize Fusion sedan, this all-new car signals the next-generation Ford Mondeo for world markets.

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“Our vision for Fusion was clear – deliver the very best of what One Ford stands for,” said Derrick Kuzak, group vice president of Global Product Development. “We brought our global teams together around a blank slate with the charge to develop a midsize car with groundbreaking design and jaw-dropping fuel economy – one that featured technologies to help make our customers safer and better drivers. This car is the result.”

Featuring a sleek silhouette and fresh face, the all-new Fusion is the latest in a series of vehicles from Ford – following the 2011 Fiesta subcompact and 2012 Focus small cars.

Fusion is revealed in North America in S, SE and range-topping Titanium series and points to the next Ford Mondeo for world markets. The announcement was made today, Jan. 9.

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