In particular, the manufacturer plans to abandon the majority of passenger cars (sedans and hatchbacks) in favor of crossovers and pickups. As a result of the implementation of this plan, by 2020 only Focus Active and Mustang will remain on the local market, and the remaining models will be either pick-up trucks or utilitarian/commercial vehicles. Management explains this strategy by significantly reducing the demand for cars, so in order to avoid falling profits, Ford is forced to abandon further investments in the development of the next-generation triaxers. Plus, the strategic plan provides for the gradual equipping of the most popular models with hybrid power units, as well as the full-scale production of new generation electric cars.