Mazda says the new BT-50 is an all-new design, built from the ground up. It turns away from the typical tradesman appearance and form. Although still maintaining those tough and dependable ingredients, Mazda says they've built a ute that's just as much a recreational vehicle as well as a typical work horse.
Mazda also hopes that it has created a new market segment by combining crisp design and sporty and dynamic underpinnings with traditional and trustworthy capabilities.
The new BT-50 will officially debut on Friday, October 15 during a Mazda press conference on the night of the show's opening.
Mazda will also debut its new range of SKY Concept powertrains at the upcoming show, emphasising the focus on reducing its average fuel consumption levels by 30 percent. Look out for more details on these and more Sydney Motor Show details as the show gets closer though.