The rugged Grenadier SUV developed by British chemical big Ineos and due within the U.S. later this yr is about to spawn a crew cab pickup truck physique fashion.
Ineos on Thursday confirmed the pickup because the Grenadier Quartermaster, and launched a single teaser photograph exhibiting it from the rear. Clearly seen is the Grenadier title embossed within the pickup’s tailgate.
The debut will happen on the 2023 Goodwood Pageant of Pace, which kicks off within the U.Okay. on July 13. Ineos may even use the occasion to debut a Grenadier expertise demonstrator outfitted with a hydrogen gas cell powertrain.
Ineos hasn’t revealed any specs for the Grenadier Quartermaster. Nevertheless, the corporate teased a Grenadier pickup with a stretched wheelbase (127 inches versus the SUV’s 115 inches) when the SUV made its debut in 2020. Prototypes for the Grenadier Quartermaster have additionally been noticed and counsel the truck will include an honest mattress dimension.
Other than the mattress and stretched wheelbase, the Grenadier Quartermaster ought to have the identical body-on-frame platform and comparable specs to the SUV. Within the U.S., the SUV is priced from $71,500 and provided solely with a 3.0-liter turbo-6, 8-speed computerized, and four-wheel drive with a 2-speed switch case.
Ineos hasn’t stated whether or not the pickup may even be offered within the U.S.
Grenadier manufacturing takes place at a former Mercedes plant in Hambach, France.
Ineos can be engaged on an electrical off-roader that is considered smaller than the Grenadier. It is due in 2026.