The 2013 Ford Fusion will be well represented at the 2012 SEMA Auto Show. That much appears to be evident with the release of a number of previews for the hybrid sedan, all of which come with their own unique modifications from a variety of aftermarket companies.

One of the SEMA-bound Fusion models comes from a team that’s no stranger to the SEMA floor: Tjin Edition.

Last year, Tjin Edition brought four models to SEMA. This year, we still don’t know how many they have under the sheets. What we do know is one of them is the Ford Fusion. For their take on the hybrid sedan, Tjin Edition started off by dressing up the Fusion in a DuPoint Beige paint finish to go with a 3D Carbon lip kit. There’s also a fancy set of 21" copper iForged Concave wheels wrapped in Falken tires, copper mirror caps, a Baer big brake upgrade with lime green brake calipers, and modified suspension from Pedders.

Inside, the modifications are also extensive, although full details are still being withheld. Tjin Edition does look like its bringing some more of that lime color as shown by the dress-up done on the steering wheel. The aftermarket company also installed a new Scosche Audio audio system to give the car some serious audio power. Par for the course on a car headed to SEMA, right?

Rounding out the modifications for the Fusion Tjin Edition is the addition of a custom turbo kit from Unique Fabrication and a side-exit exhaust system from Magnaflow. No word yet on how much of a performance boost this will generate, but we expect it to be on the up-and-up side.


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  (452) posted on 10.11.2012

i think you are being hypocrites. it’s like you’d buy the new porsche 918 and drive it without getting over 35 mile/hour and without exceeding 2.000 RPM. you just can’t do that!

  (516) posted on 10.11.2012

midocar is right. they put it there, but is you, the driver, who decides who to use the car’s resources.

  (475) posted on 10.11.2012

brad, all the extra power is meant to be there in case you need it or if you want to have a day of fun at a track. but if you choose a hybrid it is supposed you drive it in such a way you really get to use the electric engine, not keep up the revs and go like the cops are after you!

  (422) posted on 10.11.2012

i think otto is right, the car’s front grill does resemble the one of an aston martin. british design for the masses. why not?

  (516) posted on 10.11.2012

what i am curious about is how much expensive that the base model it’s gonna be.

  (509) posted on 10.11.2012

i wonder what’s gonna be the MPG with all the extra power added.

  (475) posted on 10.11.2012

i love the copper rims and the lime cater ars. the color seems to be a little bit of an understatement for the power of the car.

  (452) posted on 10.11.2012

i love it how tuners pick up the hybrid model and make it more powerful. then what’s point of having a hybrid, if you plan to have all that power ?

  (422) posted on 10.11.2012

this is a handsome car! yes, handsome. it looks very manly, yet it has beautiful lines.

  (542) posted on 10.11.2012

am i the only one that thinks this car has an aston martin-ish look?

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