Although Mazda has not released any real images of the new car or its interior, the new drawing reveals just how fresh and 'recreational' the new utility will be. Mazda is presenting the new ute as an 'active lifestyle vehicle', meaning it will be as much a car for day to day use as it will be a robust workhorse.
The new interior features a modern wrap-around dash board arrangement providing the driver and passenger a cocoon-like layout similar to that of the Mazda2 and Mazda3 family hatches and sedans.
Mazda says the new interior was developed using its Human Machine Interface technique which aims to make sure 'operation of all controls and switches is both comfortable and intuitive'.
The new Mazda BT-50 utility will be officially unveiled at the Australian International Motor Show, starting October 15. Look out for more of our updates prior to the show.