Someone at BlueOvalNews saw this in the March Motor Trend
I'd rather they used the V6 as the starting point for the SVT model, this seems like an "easy way out" solution so they wouldn't have to do much new engineering. Hopefully it isn't true." One SVT insider also has hinted that they’re eyeing the turbo- charged, all-wheel-drive Mazda Speed6 to yield its powertrain and suspension upgrades to create an SVT Fusion. As the 6 and Fusion share platform architecture, it wouldn’t be a huge stretch. The blown and intercooled 2.3-liter 1-4 could produce as much as 300 horsepower in SVT form."