The Ford Fusion will be the first mass-market electric vehicle in North America, and the first one in more than a decade to be driven by a human.
Ford says that while the Fusion will come standard with a range of up to 265 miles (400 kilometers), it will offer an option that lets you choose from six different electric modes: 100 miles (160 kilometers) of range in electric mode, 120 miles (190 kilometers) in hybrid mode, 100 miles or more in all-electric mode, 110 miles (200 kilometers) or more combined electric and hybrid mode.
The Fusion will also be available in two different modes: standard or “supercharged,” which is a “supercharging” mode that uses less energy to get from zero to 60 miles (97 kilometers) per hour (23.6 kilometers per hour).
The Fusion can go from 0 to 60 in three seconds.
The Ford logo can be seen in the background of the Fusion logo at the entrance of the company’s manufacturing facility in Canton, Michigan, U.S. September 18, 2019.
REUTERS/Jim Young Ford has a history of building vehicles that offer the convenience of a plug-in hybrid or plug-ins with gasoline engines.
In 2014, it rolled out a plug in hybrid Ford Focus hybrid for $40,000, and it followed that with a plug pack in 2020 for $45,000.
Ford CEO Mark Fields said at the time that the hybrid’s “premium features” would be more “transparent” and “in line with the way consumers think about fuel economy.”
In 2017, the company announced that it was moving ahead with a fully electric Ford Focus Hybrid for $52,000 and an all-new Ford Fusion Hybrid for a whopping $90,000 starting at $42,000 in the U.K. in 2019.
The 2017 Fusion was the first vehicle to offer the new electric range-extended “supercharger” technology, which is designed to make plug-power electric cars like the Fusion “even more fuel efficient.”
Ford has also rolled out two-wheel drive on its Fusion, though the automaker says it is not ready to launch the concept until 2020.
The 2018 Fusion is powered by a 2.4-liter turbocharged engine with variable-clutch transmission (CVT).
The 2018 Ford Fusion SE with the new “supercharge” technology is powered with a 3.5-liter, turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine that produces 215 horsepower (180 kW) and 265 lb-ft of torque (245 Nm).
The 2019 Fusion SE will get a 6-speed automatic transmission, while the 2019 Fusion will get an 8-speed manual.
The 2019 Ford Fusion is expected to debut later this year.
The new Fusion will offer a six-speed CVT automatic transmission and a six speed manual transmission.
Ford Fusion SE is expected in 2019 in a limited edition.
Ford Fusion with supercharge and hybrid capability is expected later this fall.
The all-wheel-drive Fusion is scheduled to go on sale in 2019 with a base price of $41,500 and a starting price of about $60,000 (including tax and destination charges).
The all electric Fusion will go on sales in 2019 at a base cost of $46,000 ($45,500 with supercharger and hybrid).
Ford has also announced that the 2019 Ford F-150 will be a “full electric vehicle,” which means that the company plans to launch an electric version of its popular SUV by the end of 2019.
Ford’s F-series SUV is currently available in a three-door pickup, a four-door SUV and a seven-door compact crossover.
Ford has been making electric vehicles since the late 1980s.
The company has been developing electric vehicles for over 20 years, but has only released a handful of electric vehicles over the past two decades.
Ford debuted the F-Series in the early 2000s and has since introduced the F150, F150SE, F-250, F350, F450, F550, F750, F8, and FX.
Ford has said that the F350 and F450 are the first of its three new SUV models to feature a fully electrified platform.
The Fusion is also expected to be a part of Ford’s push to expand its electric vehicle offerings to other markets.
The automaker said that it plans to release two new electric vehicles in 2019, one in the US and one in Japan.
In 2017, Ford announced that its F-550 crossover and F-450 pickup would be available with hybrid and electric modes.
The first of those two vehicles will debut later in the year.
Earlier this year, Ford introduced a redesigned version of the F450 with a 6.0L engine, which was also available with an electric option.
On Tuesday, Ford revealed that the 2017 Fusion SE was also on the way to a “special order” status, which means it will not