It may be more due to this quote from Ford:
"when more than 40 percent of the company’s global nameplates will come in electrified versions. ".
OK, flip that around and more than 50% of Ford's name plates won't have an electrified version,
I think it's important to remember that to give us grounding on what to expect so that we don't
think or feel like Ford is under delivering...
Now they are taking about nameplates (Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, Edge, etc), so we should see more widespread electrification across the lineup.
But it is amazing how Ford can offer so little actual product information in a press release about spending about 1 billion a year for the next 5 years
Will electrification be limited to the successors of C1 and CD4?
That sounds like the plan to me..
And remember, electrification in smaller vehicles could be as simple as finding
low cost replacements for euro diesels (1.0 - 1.5 + small hybrid battery)
to mostly improve Urban or City cycle fuel consumption which really
improves the combined figure used to calculate CO2 levels.