From today's Detroit News, 50 new models by 2025.
"Ford Motor Co. will pump 50 new vehicles into China over the next eight years as the company tries to grow its share in the world’s largest market. Executive Chairman Bill Ford and CEO Jim Hackett announced their plans in China on Tuesday. They include introducing eight new SUVs, and at least 15 electrified Ford and Lincoln vehicles, some of which will be built and sold exclusively in China.
By 2025, the company plans to offer more than 50 new Ford and Lincoln vehicles in China, emphasizing SUVs and the electric vehicles pushed by the Chinese government. That number includes both brand-new product launches and next-generation models of vehicles the company already sells in China. Ford will also assemble five more vehicles in China for the Chinese market starting in 2019. Those vehicles include a previously announced Lincoln SUV, and Ford’s first all-electric small SUV"