Unique Ford Bronco, Maverick, and F-150 variations are being developed and tested for the upcoming production.

The Bronco, Maverick, and F-150 all appear to be currently working on some unidentified variations.

There's a chance we'll get a Ford Maverick with all-wheel drive.

Currently, only front-wheel drive hybrids are available as the base powertrain of Ford Maverick.

Customers must pay extra to have an all-wheel drive with the gas-only EcoBoost engine.

As a result, the Maverick loses its best selling point, outstanding fuel efficiency, and price increases.

Furthermore, it would be revolutionary if the Maverick were available as a hybrid with AWD at a comparatively low cost.

Most Ford Bronco and Jeep Wrangler owners do not currently take their vehicles off-road.

These are popular due to their detachable tops, rugged design, and reputation.

Therefore, there is undoubtedly a market for a deluxe Bronco.

The interior of the bronco is relatively simple and basic, making it more of an off-road-capable vehicle.

Ford's CEO also dropped hints regarding a Super-Duty F-150. 

We'll have to wait until the 2022 Detroit Auto Show in September.