Earlier in the week Ford revealed the new 2013 Fusion mid-size sedan at the Detroit Auto Show. With four powertrains setups and three trims, there will be a Fusion for everyone.
The exterior styling of the new Fusion is part Jaguar, part Aston Martin, with some Audi A7 thrown in for good measure. To say it's good looking almost doesn't cover it. An aggressive, yet taut stance gives the new sedan a presence the previous generations never had. Up front are a set of projector headlights while the rear features LED taillights with light pipes providing a distinct rear end.
Inside the new Fusion you'll find a barrage of technology ranging from the available MyFord Touch system to the adaptive cruise control and driver-alertness monitoring system. Leather and cloth seats will be available, and both front and rear seats are spacious enough for four adults.
The Fusion will be available as a hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and with a range of four-cylinder engines. The plug-in hybrid is estimated to achieve a 100 MPGe rating, which is higher than that of the Chevrolet Volt, while the standard hybrid model is estimated at 47/44 mpg.