The LA Auto Show is now in full swing and we get to see everyhting new that is being shown. For the most up to date news look at the Press Pass and see everything as it happens.
Ford will lead the way in number of vehicles available for full-time automakers in the fuel efficiency department. They will be showing off their 4th vehicle that gets over 40 MPG this week.
In addition, the company today has 13 vehicles, including cars, utilities and crossovers, in the U.S. that lead their sales segments in fuel economy, a number no other automaker matches. Helping everyone get affordable fuel efficiency vehicles is Ford's main focus (haha) right now so we can all look good in our cars and still afford to look good and buy our acne skin care products.
"We are bringing customers the most fuel-efficient product portfolio in Ford's 107-year history, and customers are taking notice," said Derrick Kuzak, Ford group vice president, Global Product Development. "From sports cars and hybrids to SUVs and pickups, Ford is delivering the broadest range of fun-to-drive products that are among the industry's best in fuel economy."
Three 2011 models achieve at least 40 mpg; Fiesta SE with SFE package (40 mpg highway), Fusion Hybrid and Lincoln MKZ Hybrid (41 mpg city). Early next year, the all-new 2012 Focus is expected to join Ford's 40-mpg club.
No other automaker offers four nameplates with 40-mpg ratings, according to the 2011 EPA Fuel Economy Guide.