2017 Ford Fusion spy shots
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
2017 Ford Fusion spy shots in Dearborn
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
2017 Ford Fusion spy shots
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
2017 Ford Fusion spy shots
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
2017 Ford Fusion spy shots
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
2017 Ford Fusion spy shots
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
2017 Ford Fusion spy shots
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
2017 Ford Fusion spy shots
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
2017 Ford Fusion spy shots
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
2017 Ford Fusion spy shots
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
2017 Ford Fusion spy shots
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
Some perfect timing at an intersection means that we get to check out the refreshed 2017 Ford Fusion with no disguise before the updated sedan's debut at next week's Detroit Auto Show. According to our spy shooter, this one was heading to Ford's test track in Dearborn, MI, but a red light stopped it long enough to take these photos.

As an earlier leak suggested, Ford's designers heavily revise the front end for the 2017 refresh. The grille looks pulled across the body and has sharp points on both sides with a mesh grille in between. The headlights also feature harder edges, and the lower airdam has a more angular design, including rectangular fog lights at the corners. The photo from the side hints at small tweaks for the taillights' styling, too.

There's no official word about any powertrain improvements for the Fusion yet. However, spy shots from the summer hint that the Blue Oval might consider building a sporty ST version that would possibly come with a 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 and all-wheel drive. The good news for the impatient among us is that we only need to wait through the weekend to find out what the company really has in store for the sedan in Detroit.

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