New Mazda BT-50 Debuting at Australian International Motor Show

Mazda has been developing a new generation for the BT-50 compact pick-up truck and will introduce the new vehicle to the public at the 2010 Australian International Motor Show, which will take place in Sidney, between October 15 and 24.

The all-new Mazda BT-50 is presented as an "active lifestyle vehicle" that overturns the conventional image of a compact pickup truck with modern and refined styling. he styling of the all-new Mazda BT-50 increases anticipation of the driving pleasure to come and represents a new direction in the compact pickup truck market,” stated the press release.

The new Mazda BT-50 will make its world debut on Friday, October 15 and will be the most important vehicle in Mazda’s display.

Mazda says that the new model was designed from scratch using innovative concepts. The company adds that the pick-up truck aims to offer strength, as well as an attractive design.

The all-new BT-50 presents universally recognizable beauty and provides the perfect solution for a wide range of customers who lead active lifestyles, including families, workers, and pleasure-seekers. The exterior design features crisp lines that owners will look on with pride; an imposing presence that indicates reliability; sculptured beauty like an athlete's finely muscled body; and sporty and dynamic forms,” stated the press release.

Mazda’s stand will also showcase the company’s SKY Concept powertrains, which will make their Australian debut at the event. The SKY-G1 (petrol) and SKY D1 (diesel) powerplants are a step in the company’s plan to cut average fuel consumption levels by 30 percent by 2015, compared to 2008 levels.
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