I've cobbled together what the Ford showroom will look like by 2024 with some notes for some of the new models
Maverick (2022 1.5L I3, 2.0L EB, 2.5L Hybrid)
Ranger (2024 2.3, 2.7L, + Hybrid)
F-150 (2021, 3.5L EcoBoost Hybrid)
Super Duty (2022)
Maverick-Based Crossover (2023)
Expedition (Update in 2022)
Bronco Sport (2021, 1.5L I3, 2.0L EB, AWD standard)
Bronco (2021, 2.3L I4 with opt. 7-Speed Manual, 2.7L V6)
Autonomous Vehicle based on NG Transit Connect
Mustang V8 Hybrid
Midsize Crossover Shared with Lincoln (2024)
Navigator (2022 MCA)
Midsize BEV Crossover (2024)
EcoSport will be redesigned for other markets but replaced by the Maverick Pickup and a companion Crossover in the US (Both vehicles to start at or below $20K)
A new Global Ranger will debut 2 years before the NA-Spec Ranger
No Hybrids for either Bronco in this timeframe
All-New Edge/Nautilus are FWD/AWD
Next Mustang is not CD6 based, but will get many of its parts under Ford's "Architecture" scheme.
Many corporate wide technology initiatives including Hands-Free Cruise Control with attention tracking, Phone as a Key (PaaK), Sync 4 Connected Vehicle Architecture, and many more.
The rumored "Fusion Active" is most likely a misread of the Mondeo Crossover successor which is not coming to North America.