Introducing the New Mazda BT-50 for the first time under the design concept of Kodo: Soul of Motion, drawing inspiration from Japanese aesthetics that emphasize simplicity and beauty, akin to passenger cars and SUVs.

Mazda equips the BT-50 with a 3.0-liter turbo engine delivering 190 horsepower and 450 Newton-meters of torque. This engine is available in the Hi-Racer variant for both freestyle cabs and double cabs with 4 doors. The vehicle comes with new color options, including Grey Rock and Signature Wing front grille, along with a shadow black front bumper guard and 18-inch alloy wheels.

Inside, the seats are upholstered in two-tone brown-black leather, and the vehicle features Sport Paddle Shift and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Stop & Go function. The starting price for this model is just over 700,000 baht.

The new Mazda BT-50 offers a total of 6 sub-models to choose from: the Freestyle Cab, 2-wheel drive Hi-Racer (FSC Hi-Racer), and the Double Cab, 2-wheel drive Hi-Racer (DBL Hi-Racer). It introduces the installation of a 3.0-liter diesel engine for the first time, providing customers who enjoy thrilling driving experiences with excellent acceleration and performance. It caters to every driving style with Sport Paddle Shift gear control on the steering wheel. Additionally, the 4-wheel drive variant comes with a newly installed Rough Terrain Mode system and Electronic Diff-Lock at the rear differential, enhancing confidence in off-road driving. With prices starting at just 752,000 baht, it’s now more accessible to own a Mazda BT-50.

The Mazda6 marks its return to the Thai market for the first time since Mazda’s market presence with the Mazda 626. It introduces a special edition commemorating the 20th anniversary of the first Mazda6 generation launched in the Japanese market in the year 2545. Manufactured at Mazda’s factory in Japan, it is being sold in limited quantities.