That’s your preference and it’s fine but you’re now in the minority.
The reason cars were so prevalent in the past is that trucks rode terribly, got terrible gas mileage, only had 2 doors and had none of the amenities that cars had. That started to change in the 90s and then crossovers came along which provided a car like ride and fuel economy and comfort with more utility and AWD. Then trucks got better with 4 doors and the rest is history.
One last reminder that people seem to either forget or never understood:
You can’t add 10+ brand new products (Bronco, Ranger, Maverick, Bronco Sport, Mach-e, Lightning, e-transit, 4 other Bev utilities) AND keep everything else in production without an enormous investment which requires huge capital investment and huge additional fixed overhead.
When you rank all the projects and vehicles by cost, margin, ROI and strategic importance and overlay available resources, some things fall below the line and don’t get funded. That’s just how business operates.