Will Everglades have a place in Ford’s future product line, according tomedia reports? — Maybe. On June 5, local time, Ford filed a trademark application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). While there is a current perception of what Ford will do with that name, it seems to make the most sense for a truck or SUV of some sense.
The document describes the use of the name, cars, pickup trucks, electric cars, USVs, off-road vehicles and their structural components. To tell you the truth, the use of electric cars is quite interesting.
More interestingly, though, Ford has also applied for trademarks in many national parks. The company had previously applied for the rights to Badlands and Big Bend. The names could be linked to the upcoming Ford Broncos and Bronc Sport. In addition, Ford will introduce a new F-150, so you may be able to use the new coat of the pickup.
It is understood that the Broncos will go public next month and the F-150 on June 21, with the timing of the Bronco Sport’s premiere still pending.
Maybe you’ll hear more about the new trademark in the next few months, or you won’t wait for anything. A Ford spokesman said: “Trademark applications are designed to protect new phrases, designs or symbols, but do not necessarily imply new business or product plans. “