How much will the $60,000 Ford Fusion EV cost?

Ford’s Fusion SUV, which is a hybrid electric car, is expected to go on sale in 2021.

It has been on the market since late 2016, but has only recently become available for the general public.

The price tag for the Fusion EV is estimated to be around $60 million.

The car, which will be the first electric car to hit the US market, has been compared to a Ford Focus, a car that was released in 2015.

The Fusion EV will come with a range of 150 miles on a single charge, and will be able to do so with the help of a battery pack.

It will be powered by an 80-kWh battery pack, which can be charged from a wall outlet.

This will allow the car to travel up to 50 miles on the highway in under five hours.

The new car will have a range that will be nearly double that of a typical gas-powered vehicle, and has been speculated to have a top speed of between 155 mph and 210 mph.

The US is one of only three countries in the world that does not have any public charging infrastructure, meaning that the Fusion EVs will only be available to those that have been approved for the program by the US Environmental Protection Agency.

The only charging stations available in the US are in the suburbs of the cities.

The EPA is expected be approving charging stations by the end of the year, which could mean that the cars are not only going to be available for sale, but that the cost will be lower.

The first Fusion EV, released in late 2016 by Ford, had a range around 140 miles on its own.

Ford said that the new Fusion will have the ability to travel between 200 and 250 miles on one charge, though this is subject to change as more charging stations are built.

The company says that it will also be able get the vehicle up to 150 miles per charge by simply plugging it in and charging the batteries.