Yes and no.
Fusion power would mean solar power is outdated. The area currently used for solar power can then be used for one of the (currently experimental) CO2 to CO and O processes. Combined with splitting water (directly with fusion power) and the Fischer-Tropsch process to convert CO and H to petrol it could give us both petrol for our cars and remove CO2 from the atmosphere.
That is, in an ideal world. In practice we have no good method to split water in large quantities (electrodes wear out relatively fast) and none of the CO2 to CO and O processes have been effective at a large scale.