The automotive accessory and vehicle conversion experts at Australia’s Expedition Centre have announced the launch of a Mulgo Pop Top specifically designed for the Ineos Grenadier. Crafted from lightweight aluminum, the pop top seamlessly integrates with the Ineos Grenadier’s original design, maintaining its rugged and timeless appearance.
The pop top features gas struts, and two release latches accessible from the vehicle’s interior. The roof lifts easily, providing ample headroom and standing heat inside. There is also a spacious sleeping area (including a 70mm dual-layer, high-density mattress) thanks to the Swiss-engineered slatted Fanello bed system, which can fit sleeping bags between the supporting platform and roof while popped down. The tent is made from canvas Airtex material, while windows on all three sides allow for sufficient ventilation and panoramic views. The windows are also covered with mosquito netting.
Airline tracks are fitted as standard, allowing for the fitment of accessories such as load bars and factory Ineos quick-release hooks. Under-bed mounted MOLLE panels provide easily accessible storage.
“We are thrilled to introduce this groundbreaking pop top conversion for Ineos Grenadier owners,” said Expedition Centre owner Daniel Fluckiger. “Our Mulgo Pop Top roof redefines the possibilities of adventure, offering an unbeatable combination of lightweight construction, seamless integration, and enhanced functionality. We’re excited to see how it elevates the Grenadier ownership experience.”
The Mulgo Pop Top is now available for pre-order and can be installed through Mulgo’s network of certified installation partners in Australia, the US, and Europe. Expedition Centre’s website indicates that pricing starts at $15,750 AUD, which includes engineering and fitment in Mortdale, New South Wales. For a personalized quote or more information on pricing and availability, visit expeditioncentre.com.au or contact the company directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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