Re: Mustang sub-brand in the future?
Only if the sub-brand Mustang is positioned as a sporty, sedan/coupe-based brand. Ford and Lincoln have enough SUVs/trucks, etc. so another brand with more SUVs and trucks makes no sense; might as well revive Mercury.
Others here have remarked that getting into a low vehicle (I guess they call them sedans, huh) is a chore. Well, there is a demographic for whom that kind of "agility" is not a problem. I'm not of that demographic (I'm 75) but I have no problem climbing in and out of my sedan. Taller sedans coupes and convertibles would not offend me but the death of sedans is overstated. A lot of people like them.
Mustangs should be sporty and have no pretense for off-road performance. IMO, High riding, high COG vehicles shouldn't be associated with Mustang. Unfortunately, it seems that this Mustang-inspired truck flight has been cleared for takeoff.