Supermodels look great, but are a pain to deal with... Or so I imagine since I've never met one.
Ford has been cranking out some of the sexiest cars they've created in a while, but there's just one problem: They haven't given us station wagons.
Jalopnik's own Travis Okulski drove the new Ford Fusion Hybrid in New York. He claimed to want to "Make tender but gentle love to it." At the same time Travis was figuratively zipping his pants back up, I was heading out to Santa Monica for sloppy seconds.
A zoo in Russia recently had the pleasure of welcoming the first Liliger into the world. It's a hybrid of a Lion and Liger, but it isn't really either.
The 2013 Ford Fusion is the best-looking mid-size sedan to come along in a generation. Personally, we wouldn't buy the hybrid version (the smaller fourbanger version will get a six-speed and 37 MPG), but if you had to buy a hybrid the now 2.0-liter-equipped Fusion blew out expectations and offers 47 MPG in the city and
The 2013 Ford Fusion is one of the finest looking affordable sedans we have seen in years. With styling that can be considered Aston Martin-esque, it's something totally different from what the this sector of the car market has seen before.
It's been nearly half a year since we first got a Nascar-ection from the new Ford Fusion stock car. This week, we got a first look at a real racecar version via Wood Brothers. It's still just a clay model, but damn, that's hotter than Gretchen Wilson's Budweiser dimples.
Trying to get excited about brand specific models of modern NASCAR stock cars is a lot like trying to get an erection from a female Lego minifig. Both acts require you to pretend that what you're lusting over isn't just an identically-produced plastic shell with fake headlights painted on. The 2013 Ford Fusion-based…
Ford kicked off its 2013 Ford Fusion press conference in Detroit by referring to the midsized-sedan market as a "battleground." Sleepiest battleground ever, you say? Perhaps not if Ford brings out an ST version (hinted in a quick image flashed on the Huge Press Conference Screen).
Taking a page from Ragu, Ford is giving buyers of the 2013 Ford Fusion more choices than they can probably comprehend. Five different powerplants (three gas, hybrid, plugin-hybrid), two transmissions, and FWD/AWD options. They call it the "power of choice" and we agree it makes Ford the most "pro-choice" automaker.
You've seen the ghostly outline of the 2013 Ford Fusion, now behold two clearer angles of the next generation of the blue oval brand's mid-size sedan ahead of its impending Detroit Auto Show debut. Malibu what?
A day or so before we're expected to see the 2013 Ford Fusion in the flesh at the Detroit Motor Show, the big blue oval-festooned automaker accidentally dropped this live shot of the mid-size sedan.