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Ineos Grenadier Interior unveiled

Ineos Automotive reveals the all-new Grenadiers interior which belnds tough practicality with premium appointments.

Ineos’ first car, the Grenadier, will bring a utilitarian but polished interior.

Shown for the first time, Ineos’ Grenadier has been designed from the ground up with a focus on durability and simple function. There are big buttons and simple controls, with inspiration coming from Ineos’ head designer Toby Ecuyer and experience with maritime vehicles.

Furthermore to basic design is the text on each button that says what it does rather than an icon. Plus, there are further buttons that will be able to operate other items such as winches and light bars. Additional is a 2000w converter that can help power tools and equipment.
 
On offer inside will be five trim levels with various finishes ranging from basic and rugged to more premium, including saddle leather, and all will have the same basic layout and big centre stack. On the centre console, we can see toggles and levers for the front and rear differential locks and the centre lock. There is also a 12.3-inch touchscreen for infotainment (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto) similar to BMW’s, which is providing some of the parts to Ineos. It has unique graphics and a pathfinder map for use offroad.

The Ineos Grenadier is confirmed for Australia and will arrive in ute and wagon formats. Powering the model is the choice of petrol or diesel turbo straight-six BMW engines, mated to an eight-speed ZF automatic. 

The roof is finished in splashproof fabric which also features on the seats from Recaro. In the back are kid-friendly isoFIX points and also plenty of handy storage for keeping items tidy when bouncing around offroad.


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Tom Jerry
Tom Jerry
17 days ago

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David J Pearn
David J Pearn
16 days ago

A distracting tour de force in knobs and buttons .

Alex Rae

Alex Rae