As for the crossovers they are caught between a rock and a hard place. They can't (and shouldn't) charge more. But they can only do so much within a price window. There is probably room to consolidate and focus here too. Honda has shown the way with the RDX. The NX needs to be bigger and better and I think it could at least be bigger for not much more cost. Again I think the RX has pretty much hit its target, and chasing the Germans, as it has proven to be time and time again, would be a huge mistake. They are in a very nice value niche and IMO have an offering that makes a lot more sense than an X5 or GLE at 1.5X the equivalent cost. If I could have made the call on the LS, I would have scrapped it and the new platform and made a new unibody RWD/AWD flagship crossover. That's where the market is going.
So if my count is right, consolidate down from 11 models down to 6. And just put all the $ and resources into making those great. A big change but not a lot of work. Probably less work than trying to keep 11 plates spinning.