Figured I’d start a thread on the Ineos Grenedier.
At 50,000 - 60,000 British pounds, I’d expect US pricing to be $55,000-70,000 when it comes out in the USA next year.
While this won’t be available as a lease, at least to start, I believe this will be a great value, given how well other off roaders hold their value, like the Defender, and Gelandewagen (also made by Magna).
This car might not depreciate (much), which would make it relatively inexpensive to own.
If you look into the car, I think the story is pretty good. BMW engine, ZF trans, engineered and built by magna, just like g-class. I think I read they went to Dana for axles, like Jeep advertises about using, but they couldn’t provide a durable enough axle. It looks to me like a non luxury G Class.
“Ineos Automotive, a subsidiary of Ratcliffe’s chemicals conglomerate, reported a loss of €106m (£91m) in 2020 in its latest accounts, adding to €188m lost in the previous two years. Ratcliffe’s other companies have also lent €471m (£403m) to the automotive subsidiary, meaning his total commitment so far may be well in excess of £650m.”
If it’s £50k-£60k, then it’s probably going to be more like $75k-$90k in the US by the time federalization, transport/duties, any upfitting of additional content or powertrain as required for US market tastes, etc.