At Ford, attainable quality is the name of the game. Customers want it all, and again Ford has delivered with the 2013 Ford Fusion. The Blue Oval expects continued success with its all-new midsize sedan in this rapidly growing market in 2013.

Reinventing the midsize segment with three powertrain options – 1.6-liter and 2.0-liter EcoBoosts and 2.5-liter four-cylinder, plus hybrid and plug-in hybrid offerings – Ford has set the bar even higher while giving customers the power to choose the ideal option for their lifestyle.

Fusion Hybrid is America's most fuel-efficient midsize hybrid sedan with a combined EPA-estimated rating of 47 mpg city/47 mpg highway/47 mpg combined. With SYNC and MyFord Touch and a wide array of driver assist features, Fusion has the most complete suite of driver assist technologies of any car in its class.

On the performance front, SVT has taken Mustang to a whole new level with the world’s most powerful production V8 engine in the 662-horsepower Shelby GT500.

Ford’s all-new Police Interceptor sedan began rolling off the line at Chicago Assembly Plant in 2012, and this new purpose-built car has been met with great success.

The global reveal of the all-new Ford Mondeo underscores the company’s continuing commitment to its One Ford strategy.

Focus was the best-selling nameplate in the world in 2012. In April Focus launched in China, while in Thailand Ford celebrated a major milestone with the 350 millionth Ford ever built when a Focus rolled off the assembly line there. And Focus ST, the automaker’s first global performance car, launched in Europe and North America.

Ford’s next global car, Fiesta was unveiled in Amsterdam, then made an appearance in North America at the Los Angeles Auto Show. With a combination of urban sensibility, great value and leading technology, Fiesta is set to lead the small car segment in the coming year. North Americans will be offered a 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine for Fiesta. This small engine will provide class-leading fuel economy without sacrificing performance.

V6 vs. Ecoboost