The Ford brand has spent several years focusing on vehicles that struck at the heart of segments once dominated by imports: crossovers and mid-sized sedans.
For the 2015 model year, Ford is returning to its roots with redesigned versions of two crucial home-market mainstays: the F-150, Ford's best-selling and most profitable vehicle, and the Mustang pony car, the brand's image standard-bearer.
The redesigns are significant for different reasons. The F-150 gets an aluminum-intensive body and the Mustang targets buyers in global markets.
Ford has lots more on its plate, including a redesigned Edge crossover and a new commercial van, the Transit, replacing the E series.
Here is a look at the Ford brand's future product plans.
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