Mazda BT-50 Thailand – Featuring a newly designed front face, rear combination lamps, aluminium wheels and an upgraded interior, the pick-up truck will be introduced to the Thai and Australian markets from the second half of 2015. The powertrain and body type remain unchanged from the model introduced in 2011.

Mazda established the Auto Alliance (Thailand) plant, located in Rayong, in 1995 as part of a joint venture with Ford. Production began in 1998 and the plant now builds the Mazda2, Mazda3 and BT-50.