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04-30-2019 04:32 PM
AM222
Re: Ford "Maverick" (baby Bronco) LEAKS

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Originally Posted by bylokk View Post
In Europe VW-subbrand Skoda is already using the name "Scout" for its crossover trim levels.
If they ever do sell it in Europe, they'll probably not use the "Scout" name.
04-25-2019 03:53 PM
bylokk
Re: Ford "Maverick" (baby Bronco) LEAKS

In Europe VW-subbrand Skoda is already using the name "Scout" for its crossover trim levels.
04-23-2019 09:38 AM
AM222
Re: Ford "Maverick" (baby Bronco) LEAKS

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Originally Posted by tagorgia View Post
"On April 15, Ford filed trademark applications for "Scout" and "Bronco Scout" in the U.S."

It sounds kinda weird to have both the "Bronco" and "Scout" names together.

As a refresher, the Scout was an off-roader built by International Harvester from 1961 to 1980, it's actually older than the Bronco.


It's like Ford filling a trademark application for a "Mustang Barracuda" (Iconic Ford model name + discontinued rival's model name).
04-22-2019 03:45 PM
tagorgia
Re: Ford "Maverick" (baby Bronco) LEAKS

https://www.motortrend.com/news/ford...trademark-u-s/

I like this name better.
04-11-2019 08:09 AM
spudz64
Re: Ford "Maverick" (baby Bronco) LEAKS

“Baby Bronco” set to launch 6 months after the new Escape!

http://www.thedetroitbureau.com/2019...ar-escape-suv/
02-19-2019 05:20 PM
SP1966
Re: Ford "Maverick" (baby Bronco) LEAKS

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Originally Posted by falcon lover View Post
By 2022? That is in 24 months...or so. And we have not seen the first one yet. I doubt those 16 fully electric vehicles. We can count on 2, the Ford Mach 1 and its version of Lincoln. I do not see how we can have 14 more vehicles. I think that in China there could be 2 or 3 more with the help of local partners, but not Ford's original cars.


Anyway, the time will tell...
The end of 2022 is still 2022, so that'd be 36 months.
02-19-2019 02:50 PM
mooseman
Re: Ford "Maverick" (baby Bronco) LEAKS

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Originally Posted by wingsnut View Post
Latest I heard is that Mach E will be in showrooms in 20 months. Anybody hear expected volumes?
A Concept reveal at NY would be nice, then, with production reveal a year later at NY again.
02-19-2019 11:26 AM
wingsnut
Re: Ford "Maverick" (baby Bronco) LEAKS

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Originally Posted by Logans Run View Post
People were saying 2 years ago that if Ford didn't have most of their linup electrified by now, they would be dead in the water. I think Fords approach makes sense when you consider every electric vehicle they sell at a loss now, takes away the sale of a profit making vehicle. Hybrids and low volume upmarket electrics are acceptable to Ford for now.
Time will tell, and I think the electrification of most vehicles will take longer than many expect, and there will be more mergers and brand shedding to come.
Latest I heard is that Mach E will be in showrooms in 20 months. Anybody hear expected volumes?
02-19-2019 09:46 AM
Rick Astley
Re: Ford "Maverick" (baby Bronco) LEAKS

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Originally Posted by falcon lover View Post
Maverick in Europe:



Don't forget about these guys. Three European Mavericks and one American.

02-19-2019 09:28 AM
falcon lover
Re: Ford "Maverick" (baby Bronco) LEAKS

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Originally Posted by mooseman View Post
...there is nothing to argue about. That is the literal origin of the word. I don't know why you feel the need to be offended by facts.

https://www.etymonline.com/word/maverick



Maverick in USA ( and others market like SouthAmerica):






Maverick in Europe:





Your Maverick can be correct, but the people remember the ones in the pics.




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