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The pick-up variant of the Ineos Grenadier announced months ago is finally here. As expected, it shares a lot with the English 4×4 launched last year. Its presentation takes place at the Festival of Speed in Goodwood, England.
So the Ineos Grenadier was converted into a double cabin pick-up and christened the Quartermaster. Its wheelbase is extended by 305 mm, while the tipper offers an XL loading surface of 1.56 m in length and 1.62 m in width. Enough to easily accommodate a European-sized plate (1.2 mx 0.8 m). The 760kg payload and 3,500kg towing capacity is the same as the Grenadier “station wagon”, while the tailgate can support 225kg when open. The pick-up can have many optional accessories (connection for jerry cans, sand removal trays and shovels, etc.), especially the container with four stowage rings (with optional rails) and a fixing bar. The bed can be protected with a waterproof canvas roof or a roll-up and lockable tonneau cover.
Unsurprisingly, the second Ineos model uses the same dynamics with BMW-inspired six-cylinder 3.0 petrol or diesel engines. They are mated to an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission, plus a standard two-speed transfer case and center differential lock. Front and rear differential locks are optional. Thanks to the ground clearance of 264 mm, the wading depth of 800 mm and the angles of attack and flight, the pick-up offers the same crossing capabilities as the classic 4×4.
The Grenadier Quartermaster was offered in standard, Trialmaster and Fieldmaster finishes, as was the Grenadier station wagon. Prices are not yet known and will be revealed when the order books open, which is scheduled for early August.
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