Ford Motor Company is developing an electric vehicle, and it’s not going to be a Ford Fusion.
In fact, the company’s CEO Bob Lutz told Bloomberg News that the carmaker would not be producing one.
Lutz also said that Tesla’s Model 3 and Tesla Model S electric vehicles would have no plug-in hybrids or gasoline cars.
The company has been working on electric vehicles for more than a decade, and this new product will be its first to include a fully electric car.
“We’re going to do the most efficient, low-emissions vehicle in the world,” Lutz said.
“You know, we’re going in a completely different direction from what we’ve been doing.”
That’s why Ford is putting the Fusion on hold for now.
Tesla has already released a Fusion that looks like the Fusion SE.
The Fusion SE is more powerful and lighter, but it’s priced the same as the Fusion.
Ford said it is working on a cheaper electric car that would be based on a smaller and more powerful Fusion SE, and the company is working to find a new battery supplier.
In 2018, Ford announced a new electric car, the Fusion, that will come with an internal combustion engine, and an internal-combustion battery system.
That system could allow Ford to produce more EVs than its competitors.