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    Second Generation Fusion Revealed
    Second Generation Fusion Revealed

    An all-new 2013 Ford Fusion is the second generation Fusion which was launched at the 2012 North American International Auto Show. Being the Blue Oval's contender in the mid-size class not only in the U.S., but in the rest of the world, the model was Ford's most important one to launch at the show. New Ford Fusion has taken many styling cues from the European Ford Evos concept introduced to the world weeks earlier. The new car also borrows styling details from the previous generation Ford Mondeo.

    Presenting this model, the auto maker has set new records for fuel economy as well. Offered with three gasoline engines, with 1.6-liter EcoBoost being one of them, the Fusion Hybrid delivers 47 mpg city and 44 mpg highway. When it comes to the looks of the new car, it differs from what the Fusion used to be. Having a top-drawer visual experience, the model gained some emotional appeal. Ford has outfitted the all-new Fusion with numerous high-tech safety options: active park assist, the newest version of the SYNC and MyFord Touch infotainment systems, adaptive cruise control, blind spot information systems, and lane keeping change. The sales of 2013 model will start at the end of 2012 in the U.S. As for the global market, the Fusion will arrive in early 2013.

    2013 Ford Fusion to Boast Its Improved Fuel Economy
    2013 Ford Fusion to Boast Its Improved Fuel Economy

    The engineering team of the Blue Oval has a tough schedule this year. Ford plans to hit the automotive market with at least eight all-new or redesigned models in the first quarter of 2012. The 2013 Ford Fusion tops the list of the vehicles to be unveiled in the beginning of the next year.

    Before the model's introduction, the details of the 2013 Fusion have leaked to the Web. According to the source that is related to the project, the mid-size sedan will surprise its devotees with the significant improvements in fuel economy. The brand new Fusion hybrid is expected to achieve 47 or 48 miles per gallon in the city. Moreover, the highway mileage figures will also increase.

    The 2013 Fusion hybrid will be based on the new CD4 platform. It is said that the exterior will feature a redesigned grille, headlights and tail lights. Most probably the engine range will include the EcoBoost four-cylinder engine.

    The sustained growth in sales of the current Ford Fusion, which, by the way, features 41 mpg in the city, and the changes planned to be applied to the next generation of the mid-size sedan may cause an increase in demand. With fuel economy to be improved by nearly 15%, Ford expects that the North American market sales will raise up to 30,000 units per month.