Ford has just announced the lineup of its 2017 Ford Fusion SUV.
We have our pick of the top five Ford Fusion cars, based on how likely it is that you will drive it in the future.
Here’s how it breaks down:The F-150 Ford Fusion Hybrid.
If you have a Ford Focus or F-350, you probably have this.
If not, you’re not the only one.
The F-450 is the entry-level Fusion, which can be a little pricey at $30,000, but its 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine makes it capable of handling the biggest muscle cars.
The Fusion Hybrid’s electric motor can be tuned to make it a bit more powerful.
Ford has been testing the hybrid since the end of 2019, and it’s already making it into production.
The Fusion Hybrid is the most powerful Fusion Hybrid we’ve ever tested, with a power-to-weight ratio of 5,300 hp and a curb weight of 6,300 pounds.
It has a 0-60 time of 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph.
Ford says it can go 0 to 60 in 3.1 seconds and get you from zero to 60 mph in 11.6 seconds.
The vehicle has a top fuel efficiency of 17.7 miles per gallon.
The hybrid also comes with a seven-speed automatic transmission.
The F150 is the fastest, most powerful, and most fuel-efficient Fusion Hybrid, but it is not the most fuel efficient, either.
The top-of-the-line Fusion will go from 0 to 62 mph in 6.9 seconds and reach a top top speed around 155 mph, according to Ford.
The four-door Fusion Hybrid will go 0-62 mph in 3,039 feet.
Both of those are the quickest and most efficient Fusion Hybrid you can buy, and the Fusion Hybrid comes with an all-wheel drive system, too.
The Ford Fusion is a bit different from the other Fusion Hybrid models in the lineup, as it comes in two versions: the base Fusion and the Sport.
The base Fusion has a 5.4-liter V6, which has a combined output of 637 horsepower and 792 lb-ft of torque.
The Sport Fusion has the V6 engine, but with a 6.2-liter EcoBoost inline-six that can put out 5,500 horsepower and 6,500 lb-feet of torque (which is about what you’d expect for a hybrid).
The Fusion Sport also has the same engine, just with a turbocharger that produces more torque.
The base Fusion can be equipped with either an all wheel drive system or a six-speed manual transmission.
If it’s not equipped with an automatic transmission, it can be paired with a four-wheel disc, which adds an extra five horsepower.
The engine is paired with an eight-speed transmission.
Ford says the Fusion is the best-selling Fusion Hybrid in the U.S., with sales totaling nearly 6 million units.
It’s also the most affordable Fusion Hybrid on the market, and Ford says that it will be adding more Fusion Hybrid variants in the coming months.
The 2017 Ford Focus and Fusion Hybrid vehicles.
(Photo: Ford)The 2018 Ford Focus.
(Video: Ford’s F-Series program manager)The 2019 Ford Fusion.
(Photos: Ford, Flickr user jeremyf_l)The Fusion Sport.
(Photographer: Michael Whelan)The 2017 Fusion.
Photo: Flickr user John ZiminaFord says that Fusion Hybrid prices are currently $28,000 or $32,000 for the base model, but that the next generation of the Fusion will have an MSRP starting at $35,000.
The new Fusion will get a new interior, and will come with a five-passenger front seatback.
Ford is expected to release a Fusion Sport later this year, as well as a version that gets the new interior.
The 2019 Fusion will be the first Fusion Hybrid that will come in a standard 3.5-liter, four-pot V6.
The 4.4L V6 can produce a whopping 471 hp and 562 lb-fts of torque, and is rated at 29 mpg city and 38 mpg highway.
The car will be paired to an eight speed automatic transmission or a seven speed manual.
The 2018 Fusion.
The 2018 Fusion Sport, a 5-passengers front seat back.
The 2019 F-X Fusion.
This Fusion has been updated for 2019.
(Picture: Ford and Ford) The 2018 Ford Fusion Sport and the 2019 F: Fusion.
The 2018 F-D Fusion, a 3.7-liter twin-turbocharged four-cam V6 hybrid.
Ford’s F: Performance Hybrid, which makes a hybrid of the F-series and the F Sport.
This Fusion comes with both the new Fusion Sport hatchback and a 2.3-liter turbo