Ford Fusion has unveiled its first interior concept for the 2015 model year.
The company says the Fusion 1.0 Concept is the first interior designed for the Ford Fusion, which has been under development for more than a decade.
It includes a sleek new look, as well as a new technology platform for the upcoming model year: Ford Fusion Powertrains.
The concept is the company’s latest attempt to address the growing concern about electric vehicles, especially when they come with a battery pack that can only go up to 50 kilowatts.
Fusion’s new concept will be revealed at a press event at the Detroit Auto Show on Thursday.
The Fusion 1, which is called Fusion 1S, will feature a sleek black interior that looks like it’s been dipped in water, the company says.
The Fusion 1 is powered by a 1.2-liter turbocharged inline-six and a turbocharged all-wheel drive system.
The car’s powertrain is a new version of the Fusion 2.0 Powertrain, which was developed by Toyota in conjunction with Ford Fusion.
Fusion says the new Fusion 2 Powertrain will be available in four versions, with a 2.5-liter engine, a 2-liter inline-four and a 1-liter diesel.
The first version will be called Fusion 2S, while the second will be known as Fusion 3.0.
The concept’s exterior features an exterior spoiler that doubles as a headrest, while its rear fender features a spoiler.
Fusion has said it plans to offer a suite of different exterior colors, including blue, black and red, which it says is part of the theme of the upcoming year.
Fusion will also offer a new headrest for the Fusion Powertrain as well.
The interior of the new vehicle is made up of a new powertrain platform, the Fusion Fusion Power Trains, which include two 2.2L turbocharged diesels.
The new platform is powered through a six-speed manual transmission, and the system is designed to make the Fusion 0-60 mph time as quick as possible.
Fusion is also pushing the Fusion 5, a new four-wheel-drive version of its current Fusion 2 powertrain, to get around town and to the local watering hole.