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Ineos Grenadier

Ineos Grenadier Colours

Given this is a prototype drive, it's too soon to say exactly what colours the Ineos will be offered in in Australia. But that information should become clear by April.

To confirm current colour availability, please check the manufacturer's website.

Ineos Grenadier Accessories

The Grenadier comes with all the necessary pragmatic elements a brawny off-road machine should, including built-in load-lashing bars, cargo rails, tow hooks front and rear, and heavy-duty bush plates.

Ineos Grenadier Interior

Inside is where Ineos’s commitment to 21st-century expectations comes alive, starting with heated, and super-comfy, Recaro seats.

The BMW-sourced, 12.3-inch touch-sensitive infoscreen can also be controlled by a rotary knob next to the gear lever when the going gets bumpy. Rather than on-board navigation, the system comes with Apple CarPlay and Android for constantly up-to-date info. And should you suddenly find yourself lost in the Outback, a “pathfinder” feature allows users to program, follow and record a route via waypoints even in the absence of roads signs and tyre tracks.

Ineos Grenadier Seats

Three full-size adults can slot in the back nicely, thanks to the front seats being shaped to give the rear passengers sufficient knee room. The two-seat and five-seat commercial versions can accommodate a Euro pallet, too.

Ineos Grenadier Speed

It's big, bulky and not built for speed, but we'd estimate a sprint to 100km/h somewhere around the 10-second mark.