New version of Ineos

Quartermaster

Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster Chassis Cab, 2024, front
Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster Chassis Cab, 2024, side
Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster Chassis Cab, 2024, rear

A FIVE seat double cab variant of the Grenadier Quartermaster pick-up has been launched by Ineos, aimed at specialist vehicle converters and commercial body builders worldwide.

Developed alongside the Quartermaster pick-up, the Chassis Cab is engineered to deliver a combination of off-road capability and load-carrying.

George Ratcliffe, commercial director of Ineos Automotive, said:"In the first year since the Grenadier launched we have already seen a number of specialist conversions, particularly with emergency services such as fire, police and inshore rescue, so launching the Quartermaster Chassis Cab is a natural step that takes our off-road expertise into many commercial areas that need a class leading 4X4."

With the same wheelbase as the Quartermaster at 3,227mm - 305mm longer than the Grenadier Station Wagon - the Chassis Cab features an exposed ladder frame behind the passenger cabin, giving customers and aftermarket vehicle converters a wide range of body-building options that are enhanced by the 3,500kg towing capability.

The Grenadier Quartermaster Chassis Cab will be built in Hambach, France, at the manufacturing facility Ineos Automotive acquired from Mercedes-Benz in January 2021.

It is built on the same production line as the other Grenadier models and the Chassis Cab shares its five-seat double cab, full box-section ladder frame chassis, heavy-duty solid beam axles, two-speed transfer case, and up to three locking differentials with the Quartermaster.

Power comes from a choice of BMW 3.0-litre turbo-charged inline six-cylinder petrol or diesel engines, driving all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission from ZF.

"The Grenadier's body-on-frame construction already provides huge versatility for customisation, and we know from customer configurations that our vehicles are being used equally between commercial and leisure users. The ‘blank canvas' Chassis Cab variant allows even greater versatility, from the basic trayback for agricultural use through recovery and emergency services to tourism, presenting an ideal platform for an overlanding camper."adds Mr Ratcliffe.

Prices in the UK will begin from £53,180, excluding VAT.

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