2022 Ford Focus-Based Pickup Truck Rendered

2022 Ford Focus-Based Pickup Truck – In case you haven’t heard there is a rumor there is a possibility that Ford Motor Company is looking to replace its older Fiesta-based Courier pickup model. with the new compact, unibody pickup may debut on the North American market. The new model will appear smaller and lighter than the upcoming North American Ford Ranger, being positioned below it in the lineup. It would be an incredibly fuel-efficient small pickup with car-like handling. The model that is being rumored could revive Ford’s historical “Ranchero” nameplate, repurposing the name that was used by a range of Ford car-based pickups which were based mostly upon models like the Falcon and Torino in the late 1950s until the 1970s.

2022 Ford Focus-Based Pickup Truck
2022 Ford Focus-Based Pickup Truck

2022 Ford Focus-Based Pickup Truck Review

The designer Kleber Silva has drawn the way a pickup might appear, assuming the front of it is inspired by the all-new fourth-generation Ford Focus compact car. The images on Behance depict a small four-door pickup that has the front end of the brand new Ford Focus Active, body-side stampings that look like the Ford Explorer, which is currently the Ford Explorer, and a shorter bed for the pickup, that features the latest Focus horizontal, angular taillights. On the rear, this truck is believed to have a higher riding height than the front as well as the arches of the wheels seem somewhat more square than the other models Ford is selling at the present.

2022 Ford Focus-Based Pickup Truck Specs
2022 Ford Focus-Based Pickup Truck Specs

2022 Ford Focus-Based Pickup Truck Launched

Of course, Ford’s small unibody pickup may not be made available to the North American market, if it is ever offered at all. However, should Ford decide to go ahead with a decision on such a vehicle we’d expect it to launch in 2020. 2022 model year. This would make excellent use of Ford’s commitment to investigate so-called “white space” car models that is, vehicles with a different design than the typical “three-box” sedan silhouette. The Blue Oval could also get an opportunity to give the Blue Oval an early start in a new market since the only unibody pickup available for sale in North America is the Honda Ridgeline. Be sure to look over Kleber Silva’s sketches of the Ford Focus pickup truck on Behance.