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2022 Ford Maverick To Gain Stealthy Cookie Storage System

The 2022 Ford Maverick was revealed last month to great fanfare, mostly thanks to a number of impressive figures like an estimated EPA fuel economy rating of 40 miles-per-gallon in the city and a sub-$20k base price, which Ford Authority was the first to report back in February. However, the 2022 Ford Maverick also touts an impressive number of innovative cargo solutions, including the new Ford Integrated Tether System (FITS) and Flexbed. As it turns out, the Maverick’s glove box is also a great place to stash one’s cookies, too.

This is because Ford has teamed up with Oreo Thins to launch the new Oreo Thins Limited Edition Ford Camo Pack, which is part of the broader “Oreo Thins Protection Program.” This special edition pack is designed to be easy to hide in plain sight, thanks to the fact that the side of the package looks just like the Maverick’s owner’s manual. Thus, when stashed in the glove box, no one will ever know that delicious treats lie inside.

Ford claims that this seemingly unusual pairing stems from the Maverick design team’s love for Oreos, which reportedly fueled many long days and nights. The crew apparently ate a whopping 100 packs of the cookies in total while working on the new pickup, and stuck each empty package on the wall to celebrate that impressive feat. Perhaps uncoincidentally, the sugar-fueled development team reportedly finished the project 20 months ahead of Ford’s normal development schedule.

Prospective Maverick owners can score their own Oreo Thins Limited Edition Ford Camo Pack starting today by joining the Oreo Thins Protection Program. To do so, simply share a favorite, creative Oreo Thins hiding place on Instagram or Twitter, using the #THINSProtectionProgram hashtag. Camo packs will be given out on a first-come, first-serve basis, while supplies last.

Even better, those that enter the contest will also have the chance to win $25,000 – more than enough to purchase a new Maverick. The Oreo Thins Protection Program contest runs now through July 23rd, so now is the time to start coming up with the most clever cookie hiding place imaginable!

We’ll have more cool contests like this to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Maverick news and 24/7 Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Ford Owner

    Can a non-Maverick owner buy this product elsewhere? I can hide it in my Fusion Hybrid in many places, but I don’t use Twitter or Instagram. I just want to enjoy this product in my own Ford.

  2. Bob Parker

    Incredible story. I mean what an incredible waste of time. What an incredible useless story. If this is the type of information that is sent daily from Ford Authority, then you can be sure that I will go right to the sign up for the daily email and go out of my way to never sign up. Wow, I might have been interested in learning more about the Maverick, but now I think I do not want to know anything about it. Thanks Brett

    1. Bob Petersen

      You must be a real delight to be around

      1. Michael Lindow

        You took the words right out of my mouth. Can you do that for him?

  3. Mike says..

    This is just stupid…. sorry if I hurt your feelings!

  4. Bob Nickelson

    I want to learn more about the Ford Maverick than cookies. I am a motorhome driver and looking for a vehicle to pull behind it. I was hoping the Maverick would work for that.

  5. Case Van Harn

    My first new car was a 1974 Ford Maverick Grabber, loved it. Thinking about buying a Maverick again.


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