No it isn't, they hardly sold any. Mind you, that disguised version in the photo doesn't look remotely like the current model. I know the disguises are supposed to hide the look of the car but either that is doing a brilliant job or something is very awry here.
Actually, something is very awry here.
To my, European car-recognising brain, a Ford Fusion looks like this...A Fiesta based old-person carrier.
However, to the average American reader, a Ford Fusion looks like this...A Mazda based, Mondeo-sized car.
I had the same problem only reversed, some years ago, when Ford announced the new Galaxy. I was half-expecting something like this...(I had a die-cast one as a kid and I hadn't noticed the slightly different spelling)
But instead, we got the people-carrier we've grown to know and
The new US Fusion will be called a Mondeo. I think this is all part of Ford's plans to have "World Cars" - built the same around the world and named the same around the world. There is a danger that this will make them more boring. I commented in the past about the new Focus.
I'm not a fan.
But I suppose it'll reduce some confusion.