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In October 2022, Ineos Automotive launched production of the Ineos Grenadier SUV, which is formally considered the ideological successor to the classic Land Rover Defender. In the summer of 2023, Ineos introduced the Quartermaster frame pickup truck, based on the Grenadier, and in February 2024, the British brand announced the Fusilier, a new compact SUV with an electric powertrain. And now plans have been announced to release two more models.

The head of Ineos Automotive Lynn Calder, in a conversation with Auto Motor und Sport, announced the upcoming expansion of the model line. The new automaker is preparing ambitious premieres that will allow the brand to enter new market segments for all-wheel drive models.

English tuners have released a styling package for the Ineos Grenadier all-terrain vehicle

The first premiere will be a compact SUV, which the British brand is positioning as a replacement for the Suzuki Jimny. The Japanese model will leave the European market in the summer of 2024 due to non-compliance with increasingly stringent environmental requirements, which will free up a niche for the new Ineos.

The second new product will be a full-size SUV, which will become the flagship model of the brand. It will be larger than the Grenadier and for now this is all that is known about the model. It is expected that it will become a competitor to the promising Audi frame SUV, as well as the production Mercedes-Benz G-Class and the top-end trim levels of the latest generation Land Rover Defender.

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