NEW British vehicle manufacturer Ineos Automotive is set to showcase a prototype of its highly-anticipated Grenadier off-roader at The Game Fair later this month.
The show, from Friday Sunday July 23-25 is at Ragley Hall by Alcester and attracts on average more than 116,000 visitors.
Set to officially launch next year, visitors will be among the first in the country to see the Grenadier’s final production design and have the opportunity to take a ride.
As well as meeting the designer, Toby Ecuyer, visitors will be able to experience the vehicle’s capabilities with a professional driver on the purpose-built off-road course that includes steep inclines, rumble strips and water.
Mark Tennant from Ineos said: “Those who live and work in the countryside have been a significant part of our plans since the earliest days of the Grenadier’s development.
“Designed and engineered to be a durable, capable workhorse 4×4, we’re looking forward to introducing the Grenadier to The Game Fair visitors and to offering a glimpse of its capabilities on the off-road course.”
The Game Fair’s managing director, James Gower, added: “The Grenadier is a welcome addition to our line-up. With so much hype surrounding the vehicle, I know that visitors will be very interested to sit inside it and see it for themselves. The majority of visitors will own a 4×4, and will be keen to see Ineos’ take on a stripped-back, utilitarian version.”
For more on the Game Fair, including ticket information, visit: www.thegamefair.org.