Ford debuted not one, but two new taxis, both of which carry more efficient engines in order to keep running costs lower for taxi companies.

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Instead of being a tarted-up consumer Fusion, this taxi borrows a number of heavy-duty components from Ford's Police Responder Hybrid.

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Cop-car parts include the suspension, wheels and brakes.    

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Ford estimates that the Fusion Hybrid Taxi can provide up to 40 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway.   

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Additional taxi upgrades include optional vinyl seating (heavy-duty cloth is standard), vinyl floors and a dashboard mounting plate for taxi meters.

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Like the version for regular buyers, the new Transit Connect Taxi can be had with a 1.5-liter diesel I4.   

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It's expected to return up to 30 mpg on the highway.

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In addition to its efficient oil-burner, the new TC Taxi offers seating for five with a recessed second-row seat.   

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Converting the remainder of the interior is made easy thanks to a taxi-specific wiring harness and an optional roof access hole for installing top-mounted signs.     

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Keep on scrolling to check out more pictures of Ford's latest taxi offerings.

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