By SEMA News Editors
SEMA News sources recently encountered a possible prototype of the Ford Maverick during testing near Detroit, Michigan.
The Maverick was adorned with camouflage, mainly on the front and rear ends, and features an EPA exhaust tip. According to sources, it's possible the front-end camouflage conceals new performance enhancements for engine breathing and cooling, while the rear end suggests the presence of new taillights. A side view of the prototype suggests a slightly lower stance compared to current Maverick variants.
The shots fuel speculation about the possibility of an upcoming high-performance ST variant for Ford's compact pickup. There are also rumors, sources said, that such a model is part of Ford's future plans.