When the all-new 2013 Ford Fusion hits the streets, it will bring with it a wealth of innovative driver assistance features. With some items being usually reserved for the luxury segments such as blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning and keeping assist as well as self parking, the midsize sedan will surely be packed with proper technology. As more and more people are becoming honestly intrigued by the upcoming car, Ford may take another chance soon after by offering many of the Fusion’s technology on the smaller Focus.
Given that the Focus is a truly global car, “luxury” technology isn’t entirely absent from its portfolio. According to Car and Driver, the European model already has Fusion tech such as blind spot monitoring and lane assist so offering the U.S. car with these features shouldn’t prove difficult. Whether or not the American public will have these items available to them currently depends on how the Fusion gets on. If the general acceptance for the car’s optional technology is good, than Ford may consider creating a package for the Focus. Demand is a powerful thing after all as was proven not too long ago when the top of the line Titanium received a manual transmission due to customer interest.
Source: Car and Driver
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