3dCarbon is offering body kits for 2013 Ford Fusion

Article by Anita Panait, on October 3, 2013

Ford Fusion owners could now avail of Official Ford-licensed body kit and a rear wing from 3dCarbon directly from their dealers. As of September 1, 2013, Fusion owners could endow their own units with a sense of personal identity and style. 3dCarbon’s Official Ford Licensed Accessories provide refined accents for the Fusion, aligning it with the original styling direction.

While 3dCarbon’s styling enhancement renders the overall Fusion design theme intact, it makes the sedan looking bolder and slightly more aggressive compared with the Fusions that came straight from Ford’s assembly lines.

3dCarbon’s styling enhancement for the Fusion was achieved without having to resort to current design trends. Just like the Titanium package Eco Boost models, Fusions with the 3dCarbon body kit also don a dual exhaust port with stainless steel surrounds attached into the rear bumper.

The metal details complete the body kit, making a Fusion seem like the more expensive Fusion models. 3dCarbon employs only the highest quality, high-pressure injection molded urethane derived from the same OEM suppliers.

3dCarbon’s body kit for the Ford Fusion went through rigorous crash testing required for passing the Canadian and United States requirements for FMVSS 581, which means that it can endure impacts up to 5mph without damaging the bumpers. 3dCarbon’s body kit for Ford Fusion is covered by a warranty good for full five years or 50,000 miles.

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