Ford’s ‘Civic’ and ‘Citizen’ pickup models for the 2017 model year: What you need to know

Ford will make at least 10,000 of the cars this year, said the automaker’s chief executive, Bob Lutz, during a conference call with analysts.

The C-MAX model will be available in the U.S. and Canada this year.

Lutz said the Civic will be the first pickup in Ford’s lineup to feature the same platform as the F-150 pickup, which is expected to arrive in 2020.

The Civic’s name is a nod to the “civic” in the name of the company’s namesake, the late founder John D. Rockefeller Jr.

Ford is also introducing the F1, F2, and F3 pickups in the coming months.

The company is expected start selling the F4 pickup in 2020, along with the F5 and F6 crossover.

Ford said the F7 crossover will also be introduced in 2020 in North America.

Ford will also offer the F10 and F11 pickup in the United States and Canada.

The F10 pickup is the first new pickup in more than a decade to be built in North American.

The new F11 is a full-size SUV.

The Ford Fusion is the company\’s most ambitious new SUV, and the company is targeting 2020 to launch it in North and South America.

The Fusion is expected be the companys biggest vehicle yet, and it will feature a five-door configuration.

The Fusion is slated to be the automa\’s first fully electric vehicle, though the vehicle will be powered by an electric battery.

Ford also plans to introduce an electric version of the Fusion next year.

The company will also introduce an all-electric crossover SUV in 2020 called the Fusion Prime, according to a Bloomberg report.

The new Fusion Prime will be equipped with a 1.6-liter turbocharged inline-four engine and will feature new body panels and a body that features a new rear wing.

Ford will also roll out a new powertrain and battery package for the vehicle.