The Ford Maverick Hybrid offers 42 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway for a combined 37 mpg. The Blue Oval has already begun to consider ways to make the compact pickup more eco-friendly by implementing the Power Onboard technology, allowing owners to share power externally.
Ford’s Pro Power Onboard Generator was launched with the 2021 Ford F-150 and soon will expand to the Ford F-150 Lightning and E-Transit. Pro Power Onboard lets you use your 2021 F150 pickup as a mobile generator with best-in-class available power on demand. You can choose from various output options, including 2.4kW, 2.0kW, and 7.2kW.
It should be no surprise that the 2022 Ford Maverick may eventually have Pro Power Onboard, as reported by Maverick marketing manager Trevor Scott. “Pro Power Onboard requires next-generation electrical architecture to be able to reuse what’s on F-150 today. The Maverick does not have that, and there is a plan to migrate to that architecture in the future, but I won’t give you exact timing specifics,” Scott added.
The Maverick currently has 110-volt outlets capable of powering many things but lack the power of Ford’s Pro Power Onboard Generator, which can power an entire house. Visit your local Ford Dealer near you to get behind the wheel of your all-new Ford Truck. Visit Bill Brown Ford, located in Livonia, MI, to test drive a Ford F-150 or order your new F-150 Lightning or 2022 Maverick this new year.