I am absolutely in love with this thing.I'm moving ever closer to becoming a future owner.
This looks more and more like what the New Defender should have been. The build of the GWagen, the spirit of the Defender.
I want to see the interior soon, though.
I'm interested in all three also - the Grenadier won't have standing up space potential will it?I am absolutely in love with this thing.
I am working on to get a Ford Transit AWD or a Sprinter, but somethings is telling me in my mind to wait and see the Grenadier first.
A new Grenadier may not even be that expansive than a new, but empty, 4x4 Sprinter.
No. It will be too low for that. Though overall size and interior space will probably be bigger than the Wrangler and the Land Cruiser.I'm interested in all three also - the Grenadier won't have standing up space potential will it?
It's a fair point that Ineos is playing in the Truck's market, but I think the error of the assumption by Mr. Prior is that Ineos has to "beat" pickup trucks. It doesn't; it only has to be a better alternative to a pickup truck for about 25,000 - 30,000 people for this thing to hit it's production numbers and turn a profit. I can't speak for everyone but as much as I love my little truck, the Ineos is already looking like a much better alternative for my needs. Only 24,999-29,999 more people to go and they are golden!And a bit more from Autocar on the Ineos:
(And I think Matt Prior is right, the real competition at the working end will be the double cabs; on the fancy street, it'll be something completely out of their radar and competitor matrix - much like how a Range Rover competitor is a Mercedes S-Class in many ways)