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I am not sure if others have realized, but it seems that Ford Co has published the 2023 Maverick Tech Specs when published the new Tremor package.

See the Tech Specs at https://media.ford.com/content/dam/fordmedia/North America/US/product/2023/maverick/pdf/2023-Maverick-Tremor-tech-specs.pdf

It was published attached to the Tremor announcement, so it contains tech specs both the Tremor and the other packages.

Based on an initial look, I did not spot any surprises in the 2023 Tech Specs, but maybe others can spot something interesting.

EDIT: I have also added the 2022 Specs for comparison.

 

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Yes, it really seems as nothing is changing from the 2022 model year, except obviously the addition of the Tremor package.
It would have been nice to see the Hybrid AWD for sure.
 

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It looks like Black Appearance package will be coming though bases on the wheel notes
 

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Surprised to see Sync 3. Ford was to move all their infotainment to Android Automotive OS. Originally scheduled for '22 but was pushed back with expected release of '23.
 


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Surprised to see Sync 3. Ford was to move all their infotainment to Android Automotive OS. Originally scheduled for '22 but was pushed back with expected release of '23.
Yeah you are right I remember them saying something along those lines. But also it says standard is a 8 Inch touch screen, wasn't the 22 models a 6.5 inch touch screen?
Also it states:
" , 4.2-inch productivity screen, available 6.5-inch productivity screen, "
So what are these smaller screens for?
 

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Yeah you are right I remember them saying something along those lines. But also it says standard is a 8 Inch touch screen, wasn't the 22 models a 6.5 inch touch screen?
Also it states:
" , 4.2-inch productivity screen, available 6.5-inch productivity screen, "
So what are these smaller screens for?
the 4.5 is the small screen between the charge indicator and the speedometer, I believe it was larger on the Lariat. the 6.x screen was standard with the 8" on the lariat, now it loks like everyone gets the 8"
 

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the 4.5 is the small screen between the charge indicator and the speedometer, I believe it was larger on the Lariat. the 6.x screen was standard with the 8" on the lariat, now it loks like everyone gets the 8"
Ah, so the 8" will just be the new standard infotainment screen size, and the instrument cluster screen will be 4.2" standard with an optional upgrade to 6.5" presumable on the lariat models again.
 

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Ah, so the 8" will just be the new standard infotainment screen size, and the instrument cluster screen will be 4.2" standard with an optional upgrade to 6.5" presumable on the lariat models again.
8" infotainment screen already is the standard on '22MY.
 

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Have the hybrids and EB engine vehicles always been built in different facilities? I thought all of them were at Hermosillo, but the specs say the EB will be built in Cleveland and Spain now.
 

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Have the hybrids and EB engine vehicles always been built in different facilities? I thought all of them were at Hermosillo, but the specs say the EB will be built in Cleveland and Spain now.
Yes. Chihuaha, where the hybrid engines are assembled, is some 400 miles from Hermosillo. Most all EcoBoost Maverick engines have been Spanish; I don't think I've seen anyone report a Cleveland build.
 

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Yes. Chihuaha, where the hybrid engines are assembled, is some 400 miles from Hermosillo. Most all EcoBoost Maverick engines have been Spanish; I don't think I've seen anyone report a Cleveland build.
Gotcha, I see the difference between engine build location and final assembly location.
 

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Ah, so the 8" will just be the new standard infotainment screen size, and the instrument cluster screen will be 4.2" standard with an optional upgrade to 6.5" presumable on the lariat models again.
As mentioned below, 8" is the standard across the board for the Infotainment system same as 22. The instrument cluster is also the same. For MY22 4.2" was standard unless you had a Lariat or an FX4 package. Both of those got the 6.5"
 

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Ah, so the 8" will just be the new standard infotainment screen size, and the instrument cluster screen will be 4.2" standard with an optional upgrade to 6.5" presumable on the lariat models again.
The 4.2" instrument cluster screen is standard on XL and XLT. The Lariat and FX4 and now Tremor will have the 6.5" instrument cluster screen.
 

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It's interesting that the Tremor is an inch longer.

Is the actual cab an inch longer? It seems so at first glance given there's an extra cubic foot of passenger volume and an extra inch of leg room in the second seat. On second glance, though, it also says the 2.0 model has the extra inch of leg room in the second seat without the Tremor package, so that appear to be more of a 2.0 vs. 2.5 thing than the size of the cab itself.

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