Ford certain has loads of nameplates in the process of being secured, and as of lately, the have added one other one to the record: the Everglades.
Filed with the US Patent and Trademark Workplace (USPTO) on June 5, it may be used for “motor autos, specifically, cars, pickup vans, electrical autos, sport utility vehicles, off-road autos and their structural components”.
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In different phrases, they’ll use the Everglades moniker on just about any mannequin they want, and as CNET which found the trademark software, famous, the EV reference certain is attention-grabbing.
So, is there something to stay up for in the case of the Everglades label? Perhaps, possibly not, as we’ve realized over time that automakers are likely to safe nameplates and by no means use them, a apply that’s principally seeking to discourage the competitors from arising with an identical title.
Nonetheless, if we have been to wager on it, we’d be tempted to stay to the ‘off-road autos’ half, and maybe broaden it to incorporate pickup vans and SUVs, because the Dearborn model certain has a number of of them coming within the close to future. The all-new Bronco is on the record, and so is the Bronco Sport, so the Everglades may maybe counsel an off-road oriented trim for both of the 2. Furthermore, the 2021 F-150 will be revealed on June 25 and can get an all-electric variant by mid-2020, so there’s one other candidate.