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Improved safety equipment on new Mazda BT50

The Mazda BT-50.

Mazda has just released a teaser image of the BT-50, cousin of the Ford Ranger, accompanying the announcement that production on the truck has started in Thailand.

While it’s a fine looking vehicle which ties in nicely with the rest of the design language being used by Mazda, the automaker was really sparse on details in its official press statement.

The new styling incorporates a newly designed front face, rear combination lamps and aluminum wheels. In addition, the interior has also been refined to give a higher-quality feel. For the first time, 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.

So... Basically no change in the vehicle’s actual technology?  Of course, it’s sure to sell like hot meat pies anywhere as it’s one of the best “utes” out there.

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