Why I Want To Make Sweet Sweet Love To You Inside The 2013 Ford Fusion

Step inside the 2013 Ford Fusion and let’s get it on!

As most of you know I just got back from my trip to Detroit where I attended #FordNAIAS with over 100 other bloggers from around the world. This means that not only did I get to attend the North American International Auto Show and see the big reveal of the 2013 Ford Fusion, but I was also able to get a behind the scenes look at all things Ford during their Innovation and Design Fantasy Camp.

Let me start by saying that Ford sure knows how to woo a lady. They wined Rum & Coked me, dined me and completely seduced me with their passion for their company and their innovative design techniques.

It’s nice to know that a huge corporation like Ford Motor Company gets the importance of social media and the positive impact that bloggers, no matter who they are or what they write about, can have on a brand.

40% of the social media mentions on Monday from NAIAS were about Ford, proving just how powerful a bunch of passionate, smartphone-yielding bloggers can be.

At first I questioned the diversity of those of us in attendance and what we really had in common with Ford, but by the end of my trip I realized deep down we were all united by our passion and creativity.

And that was fucking amazeballs.

I went into this event as a woman who had been conditioned over the last fifteen years to believe that American cars were crap and that foreign cars were the way to go if you wanted your money to last and your headaches to be few.

After two days of experiencing all things Ford, meeting the dedicated and passionate people behind the brand, learning about their entire design process and how much hard-work, testing and thought goes into each and every part of each and every vehicle they make, I left the event as a woman who has fallen madly in love with Ford.

This smitten single mom is destined to purchase a car from Ford Motor Company in the future.

I also left the event as a woman who has a crush on Scott Monty, head of Social Media for Ford, but that’s another story that begins with the following tweets and picture:

And ends with this reply:

What a man!

Want to know what else left me swooning after my trip?

The All-New 2013 Ford Fusion.


If the front-end doesn’t get your motor running…

..this nice ass sure will.

And hold on to your panties ladies because the Ford Fusion Hybrid is going to give you 47 mpg in city driving and 44 mpg on the highway.

Actually don’t bother holding on to your panties because you can buy yourself a new pair with the money you’re about to save on gas!

So between the amazing 2-day event that was #FordNAIAS, my school-girl like crush on Scott Monty, the masturbation fodder I got from the unveiling of the 2013 Ford Fusion and this awesome picture of me with the WienerMobile from my visit to The Henry Ford museum…

…I now love Ford. Hard.

And that’s why I want to make sweet sweet love to you inside the 2013 Ford Fusion.


Want to read more about my Ford-tastic adventure? Keep an eye on LateNightParents.com for my 3-part “Single Mom Drives” series where I’ll be rating a few of Ford’s new vehicles through the eyes of a single parent, as well as sharing some more information with you about the Ford NAIAS blogger event.

Disclosure: Ford Motor Company paid for my travel and accommodations at the 2-day Innovation and Design Fantasy Camp event. I was not compensated in any other manner for my time. My opinions posted here are my own.

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  1. Karin says:

    Awesome. Me and the fam were just at The Henry Ford Museum this past weekend.
    I love it there!
    Glad you had such a good time.
    I’ll have to check out the Fusion!

  2. Christopher says:

    my next auto purchase will be a Ford. ;-)

  3. Patty at A Day in My NYC says:

    My very first car was a FORD but I gave it up when I bought my apt. Maybe next year it will be time to get a new one. This is one hot car. I need to check out their SUVs.

  4. ReRee says:

    I had a Ford Fuision the last time I rented a car (yeah Costco/Ikea runs living in NYC) and it was a really great ride, handled well & I merged like a motherF*er on the FDR…only complaint was that it picked up a lot of road noise, & could feel a lot of road but for price and comfort I feel its worth it. Def thought about going that route if I ever have extra cash to burn (d@mn you NYC pre-school tuition!). I heart that their putting out a hybrid.

  5. Jordan says:

    Being a Manhattanite I’m not really into cars; however, those Fords photos looked pretty damn good. That said, seems like a great place to meet single guys. Ford, take note, I’m single and available!

  6. Scott Monty says:

    So great to meet you at the event, Mely! I’m glad you had a chance to spend some quality time with us and that you thought our event was “amazeballs” – a first for us. :-)

    And I’m still blushing…


  7. Ron Haugen says:

    I purchased my first Ford a year ago and I must say, they have their act together as a car manufacture. The new Fusion is sure to be a hit.


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