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Mazda BT-50

Mazda BT-50 (Japan, 2011-present)

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Mazda has unveiled at the 2010 Australian International Motor Show in Sydney the All-New BT-50, a new small-sized pickup which is supposed to give the brand a new direction in the utility segment.

As an “Active lifestyle vehicle,” the BT-50 was developed to extend the appeal of a utility vehicle from traditional business users to a wide range of customers, including families and pleasure-seekers. The result is a utility vehicle that is comfortable, offers high quality interior; a smooth ride with the feel of a passenger car, sporty and responsive driving dynamics and finally environmental and safety performance.

In terms of exterior design the BT-50 can be identified by its dynamic wedge-shaped proportions. Trying to get away from the conventional boxy image of a utility, Mazda gave the new pickup more sporty and dynamic lines.
The BT-50 receives an evolved Mazda’s family face, featuring the five-point grille, which together with the headlights and a chrome crossbar forms a large pentagon. The headlights feature a boomerang shape and, a first in the segment, the taillights are stretched horizontally, reaching around the corners and across the tailgate.



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