Small cars like Ford’s Fusion and Ford Focus will soon be part of the automaker’s small-vehicle lineup, and Ford says the deal is worth $2 billion.
The deal, which the automakers announced today, is expected to close sometime in 2018, with Ford and its small car division getting a combined $2.5 billion in financing.
Ford has also said it expects to add about 500 Fusion vehicles this year.
Ford is buying Fusion to build its lineup of small cars.
Here’s how it does it.
Small cars like the Fusion and Focus, which were the most popular vehicles sold in the United States in 2017, have been in high demand for years, but their popularity has been growing more slowly.
Small cars have become more popular in Europe and Asia.
In Europe, demand for the small car market has been declining over the past few years.
Ford said the new company will help build and maintain the Fusion line, which includes the Fusion Energi, Fusion Eneo, Fusion Fusion Eco and Fusion Sport models.
The Fusion Ego and Eneos will go into production in 2019, the Fusion Eco in 2020 and the Fusion Sport in 2021.
Ford said the Fusion eneos were sold in North America and Europe and are available in five trim levels, ranging from $37,000 to $74,000.
The Fusion Eteo is a compact hatchback with an optional rear-drive option.
The Eneosteo is Ford’s new midsize sedan, priced at $55,000 and available in seven trim levels ranging from about $47,000, to $75,000 (including options).
The Energo, meanwhile, is a smaller sedan with a $35,000 price tag and available only in the North American market.
Ford will also acquire the Ford Global Manufacturing business, a company that produces vehicles for international markets and the automaking industry, and the company said it will make the new Fusion small car line available to international buyers.
The company said Fusion will also make available a new small- and large-sized SUV, the Ford Expedition.
Ford also said Fusion Enes will make its small SUV available in North and South America and in Europe.
Ford also announced it is acquiring Ford Transit, a vehicle-sharing service.
The company said Transit will have more than 4,000 locations in North American and Europe, and that the service will help accelerate the growth of small car sales in North Americans.
Ford Transit will also provide an affordable way for owners of Ford’s small cars to take a ride on buses, trains and on shared taxis.
Ford says it expects the company’s small car lineup to grow from approximately 15,000 in 2020 to about 60,000 vehicles in 2021 and 100,000 by 2022.