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Wednesday, 14 July 2021 17:43

Five Reasons Why You Must Visit Ford at the Chicago Auto Show

Visitors to the Chicago Auto Show can climb hills with the Ford Bronco. Visitors to the Chicago Auto Show can climb hills with the Ford Bronco. Ford

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Ford is arriving to the Chicago Auto Show in full force with a fresh new lineup of must-see vehicles, including an all-electric truck, an all-new compact pickup and iconic nameplates in Bronco and Mustang Mach-E.

The Chicago Auto Show, which runs July 15-19, is the first major American auto show in nearly 18 months, and will see a packed display floor with Ford showing off several exciting new vehicles and thrilling hands-on experiences.

 

“New vehicle customers are looking for something more than parked cars before deciding what to purchase,” said Raj Register, Ford head of global brand experiences. “We’ve created handon experiences that educate and let consumers discover what it’s like to ride off-road in Bronco and Bronco Sport and feel the all-electric performance of Mustang Mach-E. We’ll also have F150 Lightning so shoppers can see and learn about new features like the Mega Power Frunk and available Ford Intelligent Backup Power.”

 

Five reasons why you can’t miss Ford at the 2021 Chicago Auto Show:

 

F-150 Lightning Makes an Electrifying Debut

 

The all-electric 2022 F-150 Lightning, revealed in May, is making its public introduction. Targeted to have the most torque ever in a F-150, the all-new F-150 Lightning, available spring 2022, will ride high into Chicago with impressive technology, Built Ford Tough capability and new features never seen before on an F-150, like a 14-cubic-foot-plus mega power frunk and available Ford Intelligent Back-Up Power, providing power for up to three days in an outage with the extended range battery.

 

F-150 Lightning will be located at the Ford display in the west hall of McCormick Place.

 

Meet Maverick, Ford’s All-New Compact Pickup

 

The 2022 Ford Maverick, available fall 2021, also makes its public debut---the first standard full hybrid pickup in America with a targeted EPA-estimated city fuel economy rating of 40 mpg, all starting at an MSRP of $19,995.

 

The all-new Maverick reintroduces the compact pickup truck to the masses, bringing smart technology and flexible cargo solutions for a new segment of customers. This truck doesn’t compromise one thing in terms of...


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