https://www.motortrend.com/news/2022-ford-maverick-spy-photo-factory-details/From only this front angle, the Maverick hides its car-based roots well. The bed is integral with the cab—a key giveaway that this little rig doesn't have a separate body and frame—but otherwise the squared-off body is upright, and sits rather high off the ground. We like the sort of chubby-baby Ford pickup face, with its big, wide-eyed headlights and simple grille; ditto the blistered fender flares. There are some new Bronco and Bronco Sport SUV bits in the look, along with standard Ford truck styling cues everywhere else. And someone at Ford deserves a design medal for keeping the Ford badge up front normally sized, a subtle manipulation of scale that fairly well hides how compact the Maverick is. A bigger badge, like those on Ford's full-size F-150, would have cartoonishly given away the Maverick's size and looked silly.