Mazda Motor Corporation has announced that production of the freshened Mazda BT-50 pickup truck at the company’s manufacturing plant in Thailand, Auto Alliance (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (AAT). Mazda said it plans to start introducing the freshened model from the second half of 2015, starting with Thailand and Australia.
Since being introduced in 2011, the BT-50 has gained great popularity thanks to its driving performance and highly functional interior and cargo space, which make it ideal for both personal and business use, according to the automaker.
The new BT-50 incorporates a newly designed front face, rear combination lamps, and aluminum wheels. The model features a rear-view camera as safety equipment to support safe driving with peace of mind. The powertrain and body-type line-up is unchanged from the previous model, according to the automaker.