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Segment: Compact Pickup
NEXT STAGE: Freshen in 2024
Executives are high on the automaker’s newest nameplate, which CEO Jim Farley has said could become its next icon. Late last year, Farley told Automotive News the Maverick could become its own subbrand with a number of varieties, like Mustang and Bronco. To that end, Ford recently unveiled a Maverick Tremor off-road variant that will go on sale this year. The package, available on XLT and Lariat models, includes a 1-inch lift for improved ground clearance as well as specially designed front and rear suspensions to boost off-road capabilities.
The Maverick is due for a freshening in 2024.
|Ford Transit Connect End in 2023||Ford Maverick Freshen in 2024||Ford electric pickup New in 2025||Ford Explorer Redesign in 2026|
|Ford Mustang Reengineering in 2023||Ford Expedition Redesign in 2024||Ford electric Explorer New in 2025||Ford F-150 Redesign in 2026|
|Ford Super Duty Redesign in 2023||Ford Explorer Addition in 2024||Ford Ranger Addition in 2025||Ford Transit New in 2026|
|Ford F-150 Freshen in 2023||Ford Bronco Addition in 2024||Ford Mustang Mach-E Redesign in 2026|
|Ford Edge End in 2023||Ford Bronco Sport Freshen in 2024||Ford E-Transit Redesign in 2026|
|Ford Transit Addition in 2023|
|Ford Escape Freshen in 2023|
|Ford GT End in 2023|
|Ford Ranger Redesign in 2023|