FORD Fusion North American 2012 - Present
Ford’s all-new Fusion brings alive the next generation of more expressive vehicles from Ford and is the first sedan to offer gasoline, hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions – each expected to deliver top fuel economy and an engaging driving experience.
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 – developed to satisfy customers everywhere who want leading fuel efficiency, helpful technologies and game-changing looks.
“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.”
Fusion is revealed in North America in S, SE and range-topping Titanium series and points to the next Ford Mondeo for world markets.
- FORD Fusion North American 1.5 Ecoboost 6AT (178 HP) (2012 - Present) Technical Specifications
- FORD Fusion North American 1.6l EcoBoost AT (178 HP) (2012 - Present) Technical Specifications
- FORD Fusion North American 1.6l EcoBoost MT (178 HP) (2012 - Present) Technical Specifications
- FORD Fusion North American 2.0l EcoBoost AWD (240 HP) (2012 - Present) Technical Specifications
- FORD Fusion North American 2.0l EcoBoost FWD (240 HP) (2012 - Present) Technical Specifications
- FORD Fusion North American 2.5l 6AT (175 HP) (2012 - Present) Technical Specifications
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