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Production models of the Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster double cab pick-up truck have begun rolling off the production line in Hambach, France.

The latest in the line-up for Grenadier models that includes the Ineos Grenadier commercial and passenger variants is due to reach its first customers by the end of 2023. European deliveries of the new Quartermaster pick-up began in early December, while shipment to other markets, including Asia Pacific, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East followed soon after. Sales in North American sare due to begin in early 2024.

Named after the military officer responsible for the supply and distribution of provisions, Quartermaster is a five-seat double cab pick-up based on the Grenadier Station Wagon.

It was unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July where details of the Quartermaster emerged including the shared ladder frame chassis, heavy-duty solid beam axles and two-speed transfer case used by the Station Wagon model.

Power comes from a choice of BMW 3-litre turbocharged inline six-cylinder petrol or diesel engines with an eight-speed automatic transmission from ZF. It also comes with up to three locking differentials.

The Quartermaster is based on a 3227mm wheelbase, an increase of 305mm over the Station Wagon model.

It has a payload of up to 760kg and load bed that is capable of carrying a 1200mm x 800mm Euro pallet.

A chassis cab model, based on the Quartermaster pick-up will enter production in 2024.

“The start of production for our second model line is another extremely exciting and important milestone for Ineos Automotive,” said Lynn Calder, CEO, Ineos Automotive.

“As part of the final sign-off process I drove a late prototype in both Spain and the African bush and it’s unbeatable off-road, combining the rugged capability and refined performance of the Station Wagon with the enormous load bay that can carry a huge amount of kit and cargo. It’s a great addition to our model line-up.”

Ineos Automotive is to launch a new pick-up version of its Grenadier 4x4 called the Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster.

The new pick-up truck will be making its debut at this month’s Goodwood Festival of Speed where it will be shown as a double-cab pick-up. The new Grenadier Quatermaster will make its global debut on the 13th July at the show.

The new pick-up truck will then take to the famous Goodwood hillclimb where Ineos says it will be accompanied by some familiar Goodwood faces to celebrate the two 75-year anniversaries of motorsport at Goodwood and the Belstaff Trialmaster Jacket – a name which is also applied to one of the Ineos Grenadier’s trims. Belstaff is owned by Ineos and has featured heavily in the launch of the Grenadier.

There will also be the first ever public appearance of the Grenadier Hydrogen Fuel Cell (FCEV) technology demonstrator. The concept will show how well-suited the use of hydrogen as a zero emissions technology is for a future long-range 4X4 off-roader.

Making their appearance at the First Glance Paddock, the Grenadier Quartermaster and FCEV Demonstrator will then be driven up the hillclimb route on each of the four days of the Festival.

Visitors to the Festival of Speed will also be able to get behind the wheel of the Grenadier Station Wagon. The 4x4 will be available to drive on a challenging off-road course at the Goodwood Halnaker Chalkpit, a site that is neighbouring the main event. Ineos has hundreds of slots available throughout Festival for anyone wanting to put the 4X4 to the test.

The launch of a new pick-up truck into the segment will help bolster competition amongst the likes of the Ford Ranger, Volkswagen Amarok, Toyota Hilux and Isuzu D-Max.

Ineos has also announced that it is to continue its partnership with The Game Fair as the official 4x4 partner of the event. Visitors to any of the remaining events will be able to test drive the Grenadier.

Upcoming UK event dates and locations that INEOS Automotive is attending are:

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