Strictly speaking, yes. However it is retired and further development, i.e. new versions are not planned.
Have you seen Fusion 360? This is the next generation CAD tool based on Inventor Fusion. It comes with many new capabilities, most notably T-Splines surface modeling tools. It installs in minutes, so you can work anywhere. It's cloud based so anyone in your production path can benefit from the data. Right now it's in preview, here.
Phil Eichmiller Software QA Engineer Fusion Quality Assurance Team Autodesk, Inc.
Thanks for replying, yes I know about Fusion 360 but this is for 64 bits and I have 32 bits. So Inventor fusion will continiue through the years as 2013?, can use it with no other application or I have to buy Autocad license? Autocad is to much expensive I can not even afford it.