Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster Adds A Bed, Heads To U.S. And Canada

Kevin Williams
by Kevin Williams
ineos grenadier quartermaster adds a bed heads to u s and canada

Ineos adds a bed to its luxury, off-road SUV.

Is there ever too much of a good thing? Nah, of course not, especially with pickup trucks. At this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, Ineos has revealed its Grenadier-based pickup truck. Just like the Grenaider SUV, this is a high-end tough-as-nails vehicle that picks up the torch where the old-style Land Rover Defender dropped it down.

This new truck dubbed the Grenadier Quartermaster, adds more than a foot of length to the Grenaider’s length. The result is a 61.6-inch long bed, comparable to many crew cab midsized trucks. However, there is a bed-mounted spare tire that does take up some of the bed’s usable space. It sure does look cool, though.

ineos grenadier quartermaster adds a bed heads to u s and canada

The truck’s payload is 1,675 pounds, and the Quartermaster can tow the same 7,716 pounds as the Grenadier. The Quartermaster gets the same BMW-based gas or diesel inline six-cylinder turbocharged engines, found in its sister SUV model. Whichever powertrain one chooses, all that horsepower goes to all four wheels. Keeping in line with the off-road prowess associated with the new brand, the Quartermaster has solid axles front and rear. It can also be optioned with locking differentials for both the front and rear.

The Quartermaster pickup will be available in the same trims as the SUV, Standard, Trialmaster, and Fieldmaster. Pricing hasn’t been announced yet, but the brand has confirmed that the Quartermaster is definitely coming to the U.S. and Canada. The Quartermaster will be available for ordering in 2024.

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