Ford Adrenaline has been registered as a trademark in Canada, potentially revealing the name of an upcoming crossover.
First spotted by AutoGuide, the company has registered the Adrenaline trademark with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office for use on "motor vehicles, namely, passenger automobiles, trucks, sport utility vehicles, off-road vehicles, and structural parts, fittings, and badges".
We don't know where the name will be, but we know about a few Ford vehicles which are progressing through the development pipeline.
After a furious internet backlash from Mustang fans, Jim Farley, Ford's head of global markets, hinted the venerated Mach 1 name had been kiboshed.
Another strong contender is the "baby Bronco", a small crossover borrowing styling from the upcoming Ranger-based SUV, but sharing the underpinnings of the latest Focus and next-generation Escape/Kuga.
Given Ford of Canada is following in the footsteps of its larger US cousin in gradually eliminating all traditional passenger cars, except the Mustang, from its lineup, we know the Adrenaline won't be a new sedan, wagon, hatch, coupe or convertible model.
Conceivably, though, the company could use the Adrenaline name for an upcoming trim line or performance variant.
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