Following on from the item on extended cabs below, Mazda says it will be showing the Freestyle Cab version of its next BT-50 at the Australian International Motor Show in Melbourne, July 1-10. It looks like Mazda's trying to turn the cab into a mini-double cab, adding several comfort and other features to make the space more habitable. It'll have a generous 1408mm-wide opening; cushions have been lengthened by 50mm for better thigh support and a more stable accommodation of child seats; and seatback height has been increased by 128mm. Ford's Ranger will probably be similar. Pity about the Mazda's nose, though.