Ford prepares for a busy 2021 model year with a major overhaul of the Ford F-150 pickup truck, the launch of the all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover SUV, and the return of the Ford Bronco and its many iterations. Those three models point Ford forward and also reflect the broader future trends in the automotive industry.

To say it’s a big year for the Blue Oval would be an understatement. Years of product planning finally get tested in a marketplace warming up to electric SUVs, new to hybrid pickups, and receptive to an off-road vehicle that is not a Jeep Wrangler. The success of all three remains to be seen. 

Other changes to the Ford 2021 lineup of cars, SUVs, and trucks include a significant price cut for the 2021 Ford Explorer, the expanded roll out of Ford’s enhanced suite of driver-assistance systems awkwardly called Co-Pilot360 Assist Plus, and the latest…

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