If there was any doubt that the auto industry is rapidly changing, Ford just delivered proof. It will be reducing its small car lineup in North America to just two vehicles, the Mustang and the unrevealed Focus Active crossover, in the "next few years." Other models will be limited to SUVs, trucks and commercial vehicles. This is due to "declining consumer demand and product profitability." It was also noted that it was adding hybrid power plants to many of its vehicles, ranging from the Mustang to gas guzzlers like the Explorer and F-150. It will launch its first all-electric vehicle (the Mach 1 SUV) in 2020, and that it would have 16 EV models on the market by 2022. Will the other manufacturers follow Ford's lead?