Ford is considering bringing a subcompact pickup truck to the United States, Automobile Magazine reports, quoting "sources familiar with Ford's future product plan."
Ford did not send an idea in an email, but it did not confirm anything yet. "While not commenting on speculation about future products, we significantly expand our North America range of brand new cars and enter new segments with fresh designs and white space silhouettes that will position us for even more growth," said Mike Levine, a Ford- spokesman.
While the upcoming Ranger will close a traditional ladder frame, Ford's new little truck will instead rely on a unibody chassis ̵
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This new subcompact retrieval is not exclusively for the United States. It is actually a replacement for the Brazilian Courier Market, which was based on a 1998
platform. It's a small little thing, with a regular cab design and a message box out again. Its load capacity is a smidge over 1500 pounds, which is not that bad. It has not been built since 2013.
Ford has not been shy about its ambition to stop decorating the United States with new
. The car manufacturer announced earlier that after the current generations Fiesta, Focus and Fusion are running their course in the United States, . Instead, the company will focus on cutting out its truck and crossover portfolios since it is what American consumers buy. Do not worry, but
does not go anywhere.