2013 Ford Fusion featuring a sleek silhouette and fresh face, the all-new Fusion is the latest in a series of vehicles from Ford. 2013 Ford Fusion brings alive the next generation of more expressive vehicles from Ford and is the first sedan that offers gasoline, hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions - each expected to deliver top fuel economy and an attractive driving experience.
Ford Fusion brings the broadest selection of fuel-efficient powertrains in the midsize car segment. Offering hybrid and plug-in hybrid alternatives, a pair of EcoBoost ™ four-cylinder engine, four-cylinder engine normally aspirated, automatic start stop system to shut off the engine at stationary idle drive, front-wheel and all-wheel drive applications, and a choice between automatic and manual shifting six-speed transmission.
2013 Ford Fusion is expected to deliver best-in-class fuel economy across customers 'choice' of gasoline, hybrid and plug-in hybrid sub-segments, following through with the commitment by Ford to be the fuel efficiency leader - or among the leaders - with each each new model brought to market.
The 1.6-liter EcoBoost is expected to deliver best-in-class four-cylinder non-hybrid fuel efficiency of 26 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway. The 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine - paired with a paddle-shifted six-speed SelectShift Automatic ™ transmission, available 19-inch wheels and tires, and all-wheel drive with the ability to send additional torque to the rear - is the Fusion performance option.
Ford Fusion Hybrid also features an all-new 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder gasoline engine, significantly downsized from the previous 2.5-liter unit while maintaining performance standards. This innovative powertrain is expected to deliver best-in-class fuel economy of 47 mpg in city driving and 44 mpg on the highway.
Ford Fusion Hybrid fuel economy stands to outperform 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid by 4 mpg city and 5 mpg highway and the 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid by 12 mpg and 4 mpg, respectively.
The generation Fusion 1.6-liter is the first automatic-transmission Ford product offered with automatic start stop system. It shuts down the engine power smoothly when the car is stopped and seamlessly restarts as the driver releases the brake pedal, helping Fusion to reduce fuel consumption and emissions by approximately 3.5 percent.
Topping the fuel-efficiency ladder is the Fusion Energy plug-in hybrid, aiming to be a midsize car most fuel-efficient in the world. Arriving this fall, Fusion Energy is anticipated to deliver more than 100 MPGe, a mile per gallon equivalence metric for electric vehicles. This is 8 MPGe more than the Chevrolet Volt and 13 MPGe more than the projected efficiency of the Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid model.