The 2010 New York International Motor Show has seen Lincoln unveil a new model for it’s MKZ range – the new MKZ Hybrid. Follow the jump for more information…
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As numerous products will be appearing at the 2008 LA Auto Show, Autoblog will give us full coverage of the show – which runs from the 19th (today – tomorrow U.S time) to the 20th.
Automotive News is reporting that big inventories of current-generation Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan and Lincoln MKZ models will lead to the closure of Ford’s Hermosillo plant in Mexico for the entire month of January. The Automotive News Data Center quotes inventory levels of the Ford Fusion at 120 days, while the MKZ is at a very high 229 days.
With great thanks to AutoblogGreen, here is an analysis of the 2010 Ford Fusion/ Mercury Milan’s hybrid system:
The long-awaited redesign of the Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan is almost upon us and we got our first look at the new powertrains this week in Dearborn. As expected, increased fuel efficiency has been the number one priority for Ford’s engineers, followed by power and refinement.
Ford News Blog readers, say hello to the 2010 Ford Fusion.
Here is the press release with all the information on the new 2010 Ford Fusion / Mercury Milan hybrids which feature Fords new SmartGuage & EcoGuide:
- Ford’s SmartGauge™ with EcoGuide gives hybrid owners a more-connected, fuel-efficient driving experience by coaching them on how to optimize performance of the 2010 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan hybrids
- SmartGauge with EcoGuide’s unique design uses two, high-resolution, full-color liquid crystal display (LCD) screens on either side of the analog speedometer that can be configured to show different levels of information, including fuel and battery power levels, average and instant miles-per-gallon. Growing leaves and vines track and reward the driver’s efficiency
- All-new Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan hybrids are expected to offer class-leading fuel economy and will be available in the first quarter of 2009
Pushing a vehicle to the limit takes on a new meaning in the new 2010 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan hybrids, thanks to Ford’s SmartGauge with EcoGuide – an innovative new instrument cluster that provides real-time information to help drivers maximum fuel efficiency.