Fordhas been struggling in the European market, but a new move announced recently might give it a boost over the next few years. The company's new product line will offer 15 new models over the next five years, triple its SUV count, and bring the Mustang back into this market. While these are good steps, it doesn't solve the main problem that Ford has on the continent: overcapacity. Check out the following video for more on Ford and its plan for Europe.
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