Thanks for the suggestion and information. I am going to wait for the smallest lift kit possible without being to intrusive as well as the largest tires that will fit. I know that picture would be very hard to replicate 😅. Maybe in a few years when my Ford maverick gets built, I can try it outI like the way that looks and I also agree with 428PI. However, I'll try to be constructive because I'd like to see it done for the hell of it.
Going by the pictures you posted, here are some technical difficulties you'll likely face. Axles are the least of your worries especially if you're only looking for the cosmetics and not putting them under the stress of off-road abuse. And a failure there is less likely to kill you than this other stuff.
When you lift a Vehicle designed with essentially a passenger car strut style suspension much more than an inch, you'll have alignment issues. What needs to be adjusted will fall outside the factory allowable limits. Those problems will have to be fixed or you will have a vehicle that handles very poorly.... It will practically feel like it wants to drive into the ditch or the other lane at some point. You could study up on when alignment if you really want to know what happens, but it will affect every angle, camber, caster, toe, included angle..... Everything.
So, in the case of the front, you'll likely need redesigned lower control arms to allow the alignment to come within specs so as not to adversely affect handling. This includes dropping the steering rack so that bump steer doesn't become an issue. If the track isn't centered then the toe on the front can change drastically as you go over bumps..... Bump steer.
The rear on the 2WD Maverick is basically just a big swing axle. On most of those designs the rear alignment is even less adjustable than the front, sometimes not at all. As you raise the back end keep in mind that it is swinging from a fixed point and will basically swing forward, shortening your wheelbase slightly and changing the effective wheel alignment. To fix that you'd need to lengthen the swing arms and rotate the axle so the tire contact patch is close to original spec. That's hard to do with an assembly that's all welded together from the factory.
So, to come up with a large enough lift to fit those tires is going to take a bit of engineering and $$$.
Or... You can not care about any of that and screw up a vehicles driving dynamics. Just be prepared to ditch it, possibly roll it on a fire road. The handling may seem fine at first but it will be unpredictable.
I do think a leveling kit on the front and a slightly larger tire for the hybrid will be perfectly fine. Same goes for a little lowering kit etc... Should be allowable within the factory adjustments. But when you start doing more extreme stuff, please be prepared to spend the money to do it correctly.