The new pickup was photographed next to the Ford Bronco Sport, which allows you to clearly feel the difference in the dimensions of the two cars.
From spy shots, it is rather difficult to get an accurate idea of the weary size of the car. These photos show a Ford Maverick pickup next to a Bronco Sport, which makes things much easier.
When viewed in profile, the Maverick appears to have a shorter front overhang than the Bronco Sport. The truck’s wheelbase looks longer than that of the crossover, and the truck itself is clearly longer overall. However, there are some curious similarities.
The front pillar has the same angle, and the size of the passenger compartment is approximately the same for both cars. In addition, the Maverick’s cargo platform appears to have roughly the same proportions as the Bronco Sport when the rear seats are lowered.
The Maverick and Bronco Sport (along with the Escape) use the same C2 platform, and it is rumored that they will get the same engine range.
This is a 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine with 180 horsepower and a 250-horsepower two-liter turbo engine. At the same time, work is now underway on a hybrid power plant, according to rumors.
Spy shots show the base Maverick will be front-wheel drive and swing-beam rear suspension. Older configurations receive four-wheel drive and independent rear suspension.