INEOS aggravated a pickup-truck model of the Grenadier SUV, called the Quartermaster, in front of an audience at the following month’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
A vague photo reveals a bold, solid-appearing tailgate and the same around taillights as seen on the Grenadier SUV.
INEOS will certainly likewise uncover a hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered prototype at Goodwood, although it is actually vague just how production-ready the idea is.
Last autumn, INEOS, a British chemical firm, diversified into a new area when it began the development of its first motor vehicle, the Grenadier 4×4, in France. INEOS is now readying its own Land Rover Defender impersonator for the U.S. market due to the conclusion of 2023. But before the Grenadier reaches our banks, INEOS is offering a check into the future of its own automotive ambitions at the Goodwood Festival of Speed next month, where it will show a brand-new pickup-truck alternative as well as a hydrogen-powered prototype.
INEOS today presented a teaser for the brand new vehicle, which is going to be called the Grenadier Quartermaster. Our company assumes the Quartermaster will be the same as the Grenadier SUV coming from the taxicab ahead, and it will also debut as a dual taxicab, without any word on the possibility of a regular-cab version. The teaser presents a tough-looking tail gate with Grenadier strongly marked in it, while the atypical round taillights coming from the SUV continue to be. The Quartermaster will certainly be shown in total on July 13 prior to creating the Goodwood Hill Climb.
Together with the Quartermaster, INEOS will certainly expose a Grenadier-based hydrogen fuel cell technology demonstrator. This is actually not the very first time INEOS has actually presented passion right into hydrogen energy, but it will mark the first fuel-cell model we’ve seen from the brand-new automaker. Not one other particular was actually provided, yet more need to be actually disclosed prior to the FCEV Demonstrator likewise heading up the iconic hill climb.
INEOS aims to start sales of the Grenadier in the U.S. due to the end of the year, with pricing for the off-road-ready SUV position at $73,100. The Grenadier is powered by a BMW-sourced 3.0-liter six-cylinder, making 282 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque. INEOS is actually predicting an EPA mixed fuel economy rating of merely 15 mpg, and it will certainly be provided with front as well as back electronic securing differentials and also BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires.