Shewry, owner-chef of Attica in Ripponlea, Melbourne, is the latest member to join the Mazda ambassador family, ahead of the launch of our First-Ever Mazda CX-60 in 2023. And while a restaurant owner and a car brand at first glance might not seem to align, his drive for precision and greatness is shared with our ethos at Mazda.
Regularly ranked among the world’s top restaurants, Attica is innovative and experimental, with a menu that is often described as boundary-pushing, Australian cuisine at its very best. For those yet to taste the flavours at Shewry’s acclaimed restaurant, every dish is intricate, well-considered, and unique; principles that echo and underpin the high level of detail that shines through Mazda vehicles.
Shewry said on the announcement of his partnership, “I’m proud to be partnering with Mazda in what is an exciting time for the brand."
"While cars and a restaurant might seem miles apart, the passion, unwavering pursuit of excellence, and ethos behind both Mazda and Attica are incredibly aligned.”
The First-Ever Mazda CX-60 yields a new era for Mazda. Our first plug-in hybrid and Mazda’s most powerful road vehicle ever built, the vehicle reaches another level and is defined by its class and sophistication.
Inside, the innovation continues, with facial recognition technology to automatically personalise settings and seat positioning for the driver to perfectly complement the Jinba-Ittai driving experience that has become synonymous with Mazda.
Shewry adds, “I’ve been fortunate enough to have a drive of the CX-60 already and I look forward to its official launch.”
This hybrid powertrain provides the driver with all kinds of advantages. From electric-only running to exhilarating power, you can enjoy a longer range, exceptional fuel efficiency, and reduced emissions.
The partnership between Mazda and Ben will continue to flourish into 2023 as we near the launch of the First-Ever Mazda CX-60.