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What's coming


The Five Hundred will get newer styling for 2008.

Here is a look at what we can expect from Ford and its various brands.


Ford F-250/F-350 heavy duty pickups: Important workhorses sold to serious buyers who want power, reliability and functionality

Lincoln Mark LT pickup: A challenger to Cadillac's Escalade EXV

Land Rover Range Rover Sport: A racy luxury SUV

Land Rover Range Rover -- new engines, including a 400-horsepower supercharged version

Lincoln Zephyr: A mid-sized executive sedan aimed at the BMW 3-Series and similar cars

Lincoln Town Car: The big livery car is redesigned

Volvo C70: Sport coupe

Volvo S60: A redesigned executive sedan

Ford Fusion: A mid-size family car

Ford Crown Victoria freshened: Possible new police car

Ford Explorer freshened: Popular SUV updated

Ford Ranger freshened: Compact pickup updated


Ford Escape: Compact SUV updated

Volvo XC50: New small SUV

Lincoln Aviator: New car-based utility

Ford/Mercury compact SUV: Possible new car-based entry

Jaguar XK: Key sports car in Jaguar's revival is redesigned

Lincoln flagship sedan: Details sketchy

Volvo C50 coupe and convertible: Swedish division of Ford continues to expand lineup

Ford mid-sized sport wagon makes its debut: Expanding market for car-based wagons is addressed

Ford Explorer Sport Trac redesigned: New rival for Honda Ridgeline pickup


Ford Focus redesigned: Key volume small car

Ford Five Hundred freshened: Larger family sedan gets newer styling

Ford Freestyle freshened: Crossover utility gets an update

Ford E-series van: Working van

Ford Expedition: Large SUV is updated

Lincoln Navigator: Large luxury SUV is updated

Jaguar S-Type: Rival to Mercedes-Benz E-class and BMW 5-series updated

Lincoln LS: Updated design of American luxury in a larger sedan

Volvo V70 wagon: Key model in Volvo lineup is redesigned

Ford/Mercury mid-size hybrid sedan: Ford Fusion is likely to be available in a hybrid

Source: Merrill Lynch, Automotive News and industry sources
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