Ineos to reveal new pick-up at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Grenadier Quartermaster will make its debut next month

Ineos has announced that it will unveil its new Grenadier Quartermaster pick-up at next month’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Ineos Automotive falls under the umbrella of Jim Ratcliffe’s global empire and recently introduced its first model – the Grenadier 4×4. Ratcliffe’s idea was to introduce a modern take on the original Land Rover Defender, with the ‘Grenadier’ being named after his favourite pub.

First deliveries of the Grenadier began earlier this year, with a commercial model available alongside the five-seat Station Wagon. But the firm will soon introduce a third model, a double cab pick-up.

Named the Grenadier Quartermaster, the firm has announced it will make its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, held near Chichester, West Sussex, on July 13.

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Ineos has announced no further information about the model, but it’s likely to retain the standard Grenadier’s utilitarian interior, along with its BMW-sourced petrol and diesel engines.

The new pick-up will appear alongside a hydrogen fuel cell-powered Grenadier test vehicle, which explores the suitability of this fuel in future longer-range 4x4s. Ineos will also allow many to get behind the wheel of the Grenadier on a special off-road circuit close to the Goodwood site.

Various important models are set to be revealed or make their public debut at this year’s Festival of Speed. These include Hyundai’s Ioniq 5 N – its first performance EV – as well as the MG Cyberster.

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