Ford CEO Jim Farley has teased additional Maverick variants for a year.
Spy photographers recently spotted a new street-focused Maverick variant in Michigan.
This potential variant is rumored to be called the Maverick Lobo.
It features a sportier stance and larger 19-inch wheels with Goodyear Wrangler Territory HT tires for a
Smooth And Quiet Ride With Responsive Handling. Camouflage on the truck hints at
A Sportier Front Fascia And Possibly A Revised Grille. The rear end remains similar to the current model, with
The Only Notable Change Being The Exhaust. The rear suspension setup on this prototype
Suggests It Has All-Wheel Drive. There are signs of an intercooler in the front bumper's lower air intake,
Possibly Hinting At A More Potent Turbocharged Powerplant. The current turbocharged 2.0
Liter EcoBoost Four-Cylinder Engine Offers 250 Hp And 277 Lb-Ft Of Torque.
It comes with an eight-speed automatic transmission, with an optional all-
Wheel Drive System Available For An Additional $2,220.