The new 2013 Ford Fusion will have great fuel economy and be more environmentally friendly. Ford is using more renewable and recyclable materials in their new product designs of cars, trucks, and utility vehicles to be more environmentally responsible. The 2013 Ford Fusion uses post-industrial, recycled cotton as sound absorbing material. The denim equivalent of just more than two pair of average size blue jeans help reduce road, wind, and powertrian noise. Select cloth seat Fusions contain the equivalent of38.9 recycled, clear sixteen ounce plastic bottles. The fabric meets or exceeds Ford’s durability and performance standards, but has a luxurious feel. The foam used in the seats is a soy based material, equal to about 31,250 soybeans. Ford uses soy foam in every vehicle built in North America reducing petroleum production by five million pounds and carbon dioxide emissions by twenty million pounds annually. Every 2013 Ford Fusion uses plastic from recycled car battery casings. Annually using almost two million pounds of recycled plastic. These processes are cost effective and better for our planet. Come visit us at Parks Ford Lincoln Hyundai of Gainesville or online at http://www.gvilleauto.com/.