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Ineos launches Grenadier Quartermaster chassis cab

March 15, 2024

Ineos will launch a chassis cab version of its forthcoming Grenadier Quartermaster pick-up truck.

The five-seat double cab Ineos Quartermaster Chassis Cab will look to fill a gap for body builders and specialist vehicle converters looking for a rugged off-roader with passenger capacity. The new platform chassis will likely spawn many 4x4 camper conversions, not to mention bespoke working vehicles.

Said to have been developed in tandem with the Quartermaster pick-up, which was revealed last summer and went into production towards the end of the year, the Chassis Cab will have a 3.5-tonne towing capacity. Although based on the Grenadier Station wagon, the Quartermaster has a longer wheelbase to increase its carrying capacity. The Quartermaster gets a 3227mm wheelbase which is 305mm longer than the passenger variant.

Speaking about the new chassis cab variant, George Ratcliffe, commercial director at 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."

"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.”

The Grenadier Quartermaster Chassis Cab will be built in Hambach, France, on the same production line as the other Grenadier models.

The Quartermaster Chassis Cab gets a full box-section ladder frame chassis, heavy-duty solid beam axles, two-speed transfer case, and up to three locking differentials. It will also get the same choice of six-cylinder engines with BMW-made 3-litre turbo petrol or diesel options. All models get an eight-speed automatic transmission from ZF.

Prices will start from £53,180 RRP ex VAT.

Written by: thevanreviewer 

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