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Ford is gearing up to unveil the 2013 Fusion at the Detroit Auto Show, and the hype machine starts with a new app for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

After downloading the app, you can point the device's camera at any Ford logo – be it on a car or a screen – and it opens to reveal a 360-degree view of an artfully pixelated Fusion and the ability to drive the new sedan along a series of courses.

Between now and the big show in January, a new course, feature and video clip will be unlocked, but you can get your first taste of the app in the video after the break.


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      EZEE
      • 3 Years Ago
      And, at over 200meg, that is too much for a brochure.
      Ziv
      • 3 Years Ago
      Forget the iPhone app, the mpg is what I want to hear about. Several blogs have stated the city mpg was going to go from 41 to 47 mpg. And C&D says the combined is going to 'squeak' by 40 mpg. The 2012 currently gets 41/36/39 city/hwy/combined so if they get 47 mpg in the city and 38 on the hwy the combined will be an impressive 42-43 mpg, which is pretty spectacular for a car of that size and type. http://www.caranddriver.com/news/2013-ford-fusion-spy-photos-news
        paulwesterberg
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Ziv
        That is still 10mpg worse than a prius from 2010. And the prius is less than 1% smaller, 117cf vs 116cf.
          Ziv
          • 3 Years Ago
          @paulwesterberg
          Paul, most of us will admit that the Prius is an impressive piece of kit, 50 mpg combined is very impressive. But I think you will have to agree that it is a kind of boring car to drive and that its look is a bit,,, 'distinctive'. The Fusion Hybrid is a mildly sporty looking car and having driven Fusions before, they aren't a boring car to drive, they are actually kind of fun. I don't drive 177 cf, I drive a car and how it feels is important. I have my daily driver that bores the daylights out of me, but at least it is peppy and handles fairly well for a CUV, so I can't complain. If the 2013 FFH gets 42 (?) mpg combined, that will be within 8 mpg (if not closer) of the hybrid champ, with few compromises, and that is a big deal. It wouldn't have happened without the Prius to lead the way, but there are a lot of us that just would not want to drive a Prius.
          fly by wireless
          • 3 Years Ago
          @paulwesterberg
          Yes, but the Prius is a less-than-attractive dedicated hybrid that screams greenie.