Most of the stuff you want removed is removed in the Model A. The rest of it comes under the heading of free: apart from some very cheap components and the connectors, the video and USB port etc are provided by the SoC.
The SD card is not micro for reasons of reliability, which you may also be interested in. (But maybe not; in your case it may be just a single insertion.)
10,000 units is not enough to interest Broadcom, by at least a factor of ten, and your application has nothing to do with education, so the Foundation is unlikely to be interested.
Have you considered the Atmel ARM
processors? They have everything the RaspPi has and more, including CAN, and they come with Linux and Android.