The network has spy shots showing the process of testing a prototype of the new pickup 2018-2019 Mazda BT-50, built on the Ford Ranger T6 platform. The model developed in Australia, and its production will be established in enterprises in Thailand and South Africa.
It is noteworthy that this particular instance of a pickup is right-hand drive, which is not typical for China.
Currently 2018-2019 Mazda BT-50 is equipped with a 2.2-liter turbo “four” and 3.2-liter 5-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine.
It is not clear that the BT-50 is doing in China, where the pickup market is flooded with very strong local production models and is extremely difficult to compete.
If 2018-2019 Mazda is still decides to get involved in the struggle for the Chinese buyer, it will have to establish local production in a joint venture, the Chang’an 2018-2019 Mazda, whose staff really has no experience in the assembly of pickups.
Another option – Factory FAW-2018-2019 Mazda, which is, in fact, is only the possibility of licensed production and sales of 2018-2019 Mazda models in China, but the joint venture, in fact, is not.