Mazda confirmed their plans of introducing a new version of their BT 50 pickup at this year’s Australian International Motor Show (AIMS). They call this new version the Freestyle Cab, and have already offered a pair of images as a preview, before the car debuts in Melbourne on July 1st.
Using the same door configuration as the RX8, meaning rear-hinged doors that eliminate the need of a pillar and which create an wide opening measuring 1,408 mm, the Mazda BT 50 Freestyle Cab features a pair of rear seats with cushions that have been extended by 50 mm and seat-backs heightened by 128 mm.
Even though it seems like additional space might be required, the automaker says that ‘rear-seat comfort has been taken to levels never seen before’.    
As far as carrying capacity, the Mazda BT 50 Freestyle Cab comes with a wider and taller cargo tub, which now has a volume of 1,453 litres (with 266 litres more the the current model).
The Mazda BT 50 Freestyle price will be announced eight before this new model will go on sale later this year.

Source: Mazda