One of Ford's moves for the future is giving a number of its vehicles and brands a facelift. I admittedly didn't think the new grills for Ford would be that big a difference but with the picture here of a concept car from 2003, this might be what the new Fusion sedan looks like, I can see how three horizontal grills could work well. Mercury goes with the vertical waterfall grill and Lincoln has an odd "egg crate" look. J Mays explains the need for new grills this way: "You want to be able to look and see what's coming down the road and know what brand it is without waiting for the emblem to show up."
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