2010 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan Hybrid Auto Show Video

By Editors on December 2, 2008 12:38 PM
At this year's LA Auto Show, Ford is getting a lot of attention for its redesigned Mustang. Quietly sharing the Mustang's stage, however, are two new hybrids that are ready to take the midsize sedan segment by storm. The 2010 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan Hybrids employ Ford's next-generation hybrid system, providing electric driving up to 47 miles per hour - twice the speed of most competitors - with a range of 700 miles on a single tank of gas. To ensure maximum efficiency, Ford has equipped both models with a SmartGauge LCD screen with an EcoGuide that helps driver's track their electric-power usage and adapt their driving for maximum fuel-savings. Ford makes the bold claim that both hybrids will be the most efficient midsize cars in America, besting the Toyota Camry Hybrid by five miles per gallon. Watch our preview video below for more information.
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