FLAT ROCK, MI – Ford today begins production of the Fusion midsize sedan at its joint-venture plant here, which should account for about 100,000 units annually, a top executive says. Joe Hinrichs, Ford president-The Americas, says the Hermosillo, Mexico, facility, which previously was the sole source for Fusions, will build about 250,000 units a year, bringing total Fusion capacity in North America to 350,000. Fusion sales should see a boost in coming months with the extra Flat ...

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