Ford will be tripling its autonomous testing fleet to accelerate development of its virtual driving software, and in doing so will have the largest autonomous fleet in the industry, with vehicles testing in California, Michigan and Arizona.
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
Car and Driver's annual list of the "10Best" cars sold in America includes the BMW 3-series and the Honda Accord (as usual). Except this year the Ford Fusion Hybrid joins the Cadillac CTS/CTS-V in representing America.
The newly-refreshed 2010 Ford Fusion was just named MotorTrend's Car Of The Year for 2010. Not a bad choice in our opinion as Ford's got the most money to spend on marketing. Also, the car's damn good.
Email scammers are attempting to "phish" for personal information by claiming, erroneously, to be selling the 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid for $15,500 through a special government program. Don't send them your information.
NASCAR star Carl Edwards, using eco-driving tips, drove this 2010 Ford Fusion hybrid non-stop 1,445.7 miles on one tank of gas. Over 69 hours he averaged 81.5 MPG and annoyed 5,180 fellow drivers.
The 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid is officially America’s most fuel efficient mid-size, with an EPA rating of 41/36 MPG city/highway, besting the Toyota Camry hybrid by 8 MPG in city, 2 MPG in highway driving.
Yesterday, Jalopnik achieved a fuel economy rating of 43.8 MPG in a road test of the new Ford Fusion hybrid, out-greening Ford's engineers and our furry little hype-filled friend from AutoBlogGreen.