Ineos has started production of the Quartermaster pick-up, with deliveries starting in December

This year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​brought some interesting premieres, one of which was the unveiling of the new Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster pick-up. On Monday, less than five months after its launch, the automaker announced that it will begin production at its French plant in Hambach.

The automaker added that deliveries of the first cars will begin in December, with those interested in Europe getting them first. This will be followed by orders from Asia Pacific, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East. By early 2024, the company will begin distribution to North American markets.

Photo: Ineos Automotive

Manufacturing takes place in Humbach, France.

Let us remind you that the Grenadier Quartermaster is based on the standard off-road Grenadier station wagon, its wheelbase has been extended by 305 mm and the cabin in the rear has been replaced by a body. The name Quartermaster derives from the position of senior military officer responsible for the supply and distribution of supplies.

The Grenadier Quartermaster pickup should be just as capable off-road as the original off-road Ineos Grenadier. But it brings an advantage in the form of a large cargo space and high load capacity. The body with dimensions of 1200 × 800 mm can safely hold a Europallet, the load capacity is 760 kg, and the car can pull up to 3.5 tons in bale.

So far, Ineos Automotive has only offered a four-door model, but in the future it plans to offer a model with a narrow two-seater cabin, mainly aimed at various custom and commercial conversions.

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