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Land Rover INEOS Grenadier Looks Old But Holds All Key Modern Technologies

Image Source: Arnold O. A. Pinto / Shutterstock

If you loved the looks of the classic Land Rover that has been replaced by now, you’re in for a treat, as the first thing that comes to mind when you see the INEOS Grenadier is the fact this brand new off-road car looks like a restomod version of the legendary Land Rover, and I guess that is what INEOS intends with this modern 4X4 workhorse, the new Grenadier is available as a two-seat Utility Wagon and a five-seat Station Wagon, apart from the solid rear panels instead of windows, the side profile of these look identical.

Hundreds of Grenadier production prototypes are now being built at Hambach. These are being used for final test rounds including crash testing for certification and to validate the assembly process and build quality. The Hambach workforce is going through 20,000 hours of training as it prepares for the start of production. INEOS Automotive’s Hambach plant is a state-of-the-art 210,000m² facility. It employs a highly experienced direct workforce of 1,000 and with an excellent track record for the quality of its output. Its location within the German automotive cluster gives it excellent access to supply chains, automotive talent, and sales markets, this facility is on-track to begin launch series production in July 2022.

Image Source: Arnold O. A. Pinto / Shutterstock

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