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What are we waiting for? The preproduction Mavricks are complete, the "nearly fully revealed" Mavericks are cruising around suburban Detriot, We know full production will begin in less than 4 months. When is the official reveal?
 

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Looking at the side profile image and counting pixels, the front doors are 18% wider than the back doors, though as you note there is some incomparability given the dash but also footwells being in the front.
@Art Vandelay did some cropping and stitching and it seems the rear doors are the width of the front doors from the side mirror to the back. So that 18% seems pretty accurate. Hopefully the sheets have the indentation in the back that allows a couple more inches of knee room. Now if Ford can just release some news and specs so we don’t have to count pixels and what not that’d be awesome haha
 

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@Art Vandelay did some cropping and stitching and it seems the rear doors are the width of the front doors from the side mirror to the back. So that 18% seems pretty accurate. Hopefully the sheets have the indentation in the back that allows a couple more inches of knee room. Now if Ford can just release some news and specs so we don’t have to count pixels and what not that’d be awesome haha
I think you're right and yes hopefully soon we'll finally have some actual specs. These pictures certainly have everyone here excited and when Ford finally releases some details things should get really exciting!
 

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2" receiver and 4-pin/7-pin connections make me think this thing will be able to tow an acceptable amount. Most vehicles come with a 2" receiver nowadays, but the 7-pin option there is what makes makes me think they're serious about this being able to tow.
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2" receiver and 4-pin/7-pin connections make me think this thing will be able to tow an acceptable amount. Most vehicles come with a 2" receiver nowadays, but the 7-pin option there is what makes makes me think they're serious about this being able to tow.
A Seven pin tells me at least 3500lb with trailer brakes. With a hybrid Add the aux for a 12v battery and you've got something that can run a trailer fridge.
 

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Looks pretty good but I need to see it without camo. I'm not sure what's going on behind the cab but it reminds me of a Ranger Wildtrak, which I'm not really a fan of.
 
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So is that rectangular opening at the bottom of the bumper for a radiator...like on a turbo engine? (3 Cyl confirmed?)
 
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So is that rectangular opening at the bottom of the bumper for a radiator...like on a turbo engine? (3 Cyl confirmed?)
I think on the 1.5 they dont have an external intercooler (and maybe its the same on the 2.0 also). They're built into the intake to make it more compact and tidy.

Thats probably just for the airflow to the standard radiator and AC unit.
 

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This thing is looking really fantastic. There's a neighbor nearby who drives a Sport Trac and it continues to drive my enthusiasm for this. Especially since it won't have that gaudy "slope" that the Trac did. That being said, if there's an outdoor package that lifts the truck to sit a bit higher, they'll probably get me to buy in. There's something about a small pickup that sits up high just nails it for me.
 
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