PepsiCo has lined up a worldwide marketing campaign for its Pepsi-Cola cans, starting next month.

The soft drinks firm will use new background packaging graphics of sports, music, fashion and cars, which change every few weeks to attract teens. Pepsi's globe logo and name lettering will remain the same.

PepsiCo International chief marketing officer Ron Coughlin said: "We've learned that young people embrace change and seek discovery, connectedness, personalisation and multiculturalism. We believe this restyle touches on all these trends."

The company noted that Pepsi-Cola's look has changed just ten times in 109 years. This year it will change more than 35 times.

The campaign also includes in-store merchandising, promotions and point-of-sale materials, and will include TV, radio, print, packaging and online adverts.

"On the surface, this might look like a packaging update, but it's much more than that. We're changing the way we interact with consumers - and now we're doing it on their terms," said Cie Nicholson, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of Pepsi-Cola North America. "When people pick up a Pepsi, they'll be getting much more than a great tasting cola. They'll be getting a passport to the things they enjoy most."