The best way to stay safe in your car, according to a new report from the Ford Fusion Eco.
It’s the latest in Ford’s push to get its new hybrid vehicle onto the road as quickly as possible, but it’s also one that’s coming with some significant caveats.
Ford Fusion Eco: The new plug-in hybrid The Ford Fusion Hybrid is the company’s entry-level model, which comes with a range of all-wheel drive and a range-topping price tag of $43,400.
However, its biggest feature is its fuel economy: the Fusion Hybrid’s EPA-estimated 0-60 mph time is 4.1 seconds and its top speed is 130 mph.
Its EPA-rated top-speed is 140 mph.
The Fusion Hybrid gets a 0-to-60-mph time of 4.5 seconds and top-gear times of 10.6 seconds and 13.1.
That puts it at roughly the same speed as the Ford Focus, which offers a top-topper time of 5.4 seconds and a top speed of 129 mph.
It also gets to 60 mph in a respectable 7.1sec, and the Fusion is the only vehicle with a 0.6-second top-end towing and 4.2-second acceleration.
The Ford Focus is the top-selling hybrid in the United States.
The Focus has an EPA-ESTIMATED 0-62 mph time of 3.5, and a 0 to 60-mph (0-100 km/h) time of 8.5.
But it’s far less impressive when it comes to the acceleration.
Its 0- to 60 (0 to 100 km/H) time is 5.9 seconds, and its 0-top-end acceleration is 9.9.
Ford Fusion: The best plug-ins at launch The Fusion is essentially the same as the Focus Hybrid, except with a few added bells and whistles, like a hybrid charge and electric assist.
It gets a host of new and optional technologies, including a 12-speed automatic transmission, an electric-assist assist system, an all-new rear wing, a new rear spoiler, and all-electric headlights.
All-new front and rear spoiler panels add an extra layer of protection for the driver.
The rear spoiler adds extra grip and a wider array of air intakes to reduce the wind noise in the vehicle.
The doors and trunk also get a facelift, while the interior is given an updated look with a new leather seating position, redesigned seats, and more.
The new Fusion also has an all new rear-seat backrest and a revised instrument cluster.
The all-carbon fiber bodywork on the Fusion looks nicer and offers more room.
The front end has also been reworked and improved to offer better ride quality, and it now features a new power steering wheel with a six-piston front disc.
It has a new six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with six-speeds and six-spoke steering.
The top-of-the-line Fusion gets an 8.3-second 0-100 mph time, which is quicker than the 7.7-second time of the Focus and 6.3 seconds of the Fusion, but falls short of the 7-second times of the Lexus RX350h and 6-second of the Chevrolet SS.
The AWD Fusion comes with the most technology of any Fusion to date, and we’ll look at all of it in our full Fusion review later this week.