Ford Racing unveils first 2013 NASCAR Fusion paint scheme

2013 Ford Fusion (Ford)
2013 Ford Fusion (Ford)

After being the first manufacturer to debut the car they will campaign in the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this past January, Ford become the first to show fan would the new racecar will look like.

Monday Ford released a set of photos showing the No. 21 Fusion in its traditional Motorcraft paint scheme. While the 2013 Fusion will be raced by the famed Wood Brothers in 2013 with the scheme, the photos show a full-size clay model that was produced by the Design Center in Dearborn Michigan.

Fans will be able to get their first look at the 2013 Motorcraft Ford Fusion of the Wood Brothers this week, beginning Thursday at the annual Roush Fenway Fan Day in Concord, NC.  After that, the car will be located in the Ford Consumer Display at CMS this weekend, and is scheduled to be a regular part of the traveling exhibit throughout the remainder of the 2012 season. MORE>>>

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