Ford Seems to Have Realized the reality that hybrids are in and offering it as an option on their vehicles opens up the market for it a little more. They will be adding what they call the Fusion Titanium to their 2013 Fusion Hybrid model line as an upgraded version to mid grade SE trim. The Fusion Titanium will feature 18 inch polished alloy rims, parking sensors, leather seats, power front seats and an impressive Sony 12 speaker audio system, so that you can hear and feel your music the way you like it on those long commutes.
When it comes to the power train, there will be a choice between a front wheel drive hybrid power or if you want something with a bit more performance, then there is the 2.0 liter EcoBoost putting down the power to all 4 wheels.
If your interested in one these Titanium models it should cost just under 35,925. But all in all it seems like a nice package.