Ford has patented a new product name

Ford has patented a new product name

September 25, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

At the moment it is known that representatives of the American brand registered a new trade name only in Mexico and Canada. Both appeals to the registration chamber of these countries took place in September this year – that is, more recently. So we can assume that the patent offices of other countries simply did not have time to publish information about the relevant appeals.

The American company plans to use the name Adrenaline for new versions of its models. So far, the automaker has registered this trademark only for Mexico and Canada. I must admit that we will be very surprised if the American automaker registered a new name for only two markets in North America.

It is reported that both appeals to the registration chamber of these countries was held in September this year – that is, not long ago. So we can assume that the patent offices of other countries simply did not have time to publish information about the relevant appeals.

It is known that the new name Adrenaline is intended for “cars, trucks, and sports cars and off-road models of Ford.” It is possible that a special edition will be indicated and a new logo, although at the moment nothing is known about this.

We would like to note that in 2007, the American company presented a conceptual version of the high-performance pickup Sport Trac Adrenalin – the show was part of the SEMA tuning exhibition. As a basis was taken Ford Explorer Sport Trac. The car was characterized by a lower landing, revised bumpers and other wheel disks.

If Ford engineers use their old Adrenalin concept as inspiration for a new project, then most likely some elements from the current F-150 Raptor pickup truck will be taken. I must say that given the current, rather high level of popularity of pickup trucks in the automotive markets of our planet, as well as those “chips” that can give high-performance versions of these cars, the American novelty can be successful.