In case you’re similar to us, you’ve been hanging tight for another pickup truck from Ford that is more modest than the automaker’s medium size Ranger for some time now. We’ve seen a lot of shots of this vehicle under disguise. We’ve heard all the more wild hypothesis about the model’s details and name than you can shake a stick at. The rumormill has been wrenching at a breaking point for a long time – if not years – about this new model. What’s more, presently, we at long last have an authority name: Maverick. Affirmed by Ford on Thursday, the little unibody pickup will make a big appearance on Tuesday, June 8.
So now, on the off chance that I can get you to immediately push stop on all the Top Gun jokes your head is now likely lining up. Ford hasn’t culled this name out of nowhere all things being equal, it’s a moniker from before. Nonetheless, not at all like the Bronco getting back to back to an old and darling SUV. The past Maverick wasn’t a pickup. All things considered, a beautiful inadequately respected back tire drive economy vehicle that sold from 1970 to 1977 (which depended on 10 years old Falcon stage). Fortunately the new Maverick is certainly going to be superior to that thing.
The new Ford Maverick, as referenced above, the brand’s littlest pickup truck and will situated underneath the Ford Ranger. It will found on a monocoque stage and will share its underpinnings with the as of late disclosed Bronco Sport SUV. Furthermore the mainstream Ford Escape. As found in this released picture, the vehicle gets a piece sided plan that seems like the Bronco. It utilize a fair measure of cladding, alongside a mix of thick haggles, to add to its toughness.
Will it come to India?
The Maverick essentially pointed toward developing business sectors, similar to South America first off. The model will likewise sold in the United States and a couple of other left-hand-drive markets. There is no information on the Maverick getting a right-hand-drive form as of now, which means odds of it coming to India are close to none. Portage, notwithstanding, has started work on an all-new C-section SUV for India that will sit underneath the Endeavor (additionally due for a full model change later on). A significant update for the EcoSport is on the cards too.
While very little has uncovered at this point, we anticipate that the smallest pickup from Ford should accompany a 2.0-liter EcoBoost super petroleum motor that will convey around 250hp. There will be a couple of other motor alternatives too that will be uncovered alongside an extensive rundown of variations on June 8, 2021.