With compact vehicles gaining popularity, many automakers are rethinking their large SUV strategies, and developing compact crossover that offer utility and fuel-efficiency. American automakers are also looking closely at the so-called b-segment of low-cost cars to combat the economy offerings from Asian brands like Scion. Last week, Chrysler unveiled the 2007 Dodge Hornet Concept, a b-segment crossover likely to see production in the next few years. According to a report by Edmunds, Dodge is not the only American company considering a boxy Scion competitor. Ford has reportedly revived its 2004 Bronco Concept, with production set for late 2008. The 2009 model would be priced below $10,000 according to the report.