Any word on availability and pricing for the coming Fusion Plug-in hybrid?  It seems like it will take most of the faint wind from the Volt’s sails.

February 24, 2012 11:02 AM


It’s like someone that wants to go to a movie. You don’t know which one you want to see, so you look at all of them. Having more options for plug-in hybrids lets people see it’s not a novelty item, but a real-world car that is coming on in full-force across all car lines.

Same for the Fisker Karma, the Toyota plug-in Prius.

They’re here folks. just in time for the $5  a gallon gas.

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