It's a little hard to see Mondeo, Galaxy and S-Max going before 2021 since Ford has such a limited selection of margin rich products in the EU. They need a richer mix of utilities before they start cutting away their top-end so I think they'll just EOL those products. I hope the EU is getting the new Explorer, Mach1, Bronco, and Maverick; that would probably be all they need to improve their margins and drop those other vehicles.
The Mach1 is sure for Europe consumption... not in large numbers, but sure will be available here. Many cities are banning ICE vehicles from the center or the entire city , so, Ford needs to offer something for that customers.
The Explorer is too large for Europe. It can sell in small numbers, but it is too big , much wider and taller than the S-Max or Galaxie. I doubt Ford will launch it here.
The Bronco? Bronco is a pure american product. A rugged SUV that may, or may not be succesfull in Europe. Ford can try to sell it here.
The Maverick (baby Bronco) is another affair. This vehicle is the perfect vehicle for Europe: small, SUV, with (I hope) that young and active image that can attract many customers. The size in the B-C segment , between the EcoSport and Kuga (Escape) is perfect to fill the niche the C-Max will leave empty, soon.
Ford needs , urgently, something to put at the top of their European line. Something to replace the Galaxie/S-Max and, maybe, the Mondeo. Ford NorthAmerica currently has nothing in production or project that can fill this gap. The Edge is very small (and expensive), the Explorer very large. I think Ford of Europe needs to plan a crossover based on the next Mondeo. Is this already on track? I read something here at FIN that a vehicle like that is on track, and can be the replacement for the american Fusion, too.