Grenadier has been revealed — the spirit of Defender reborn

An engineering-led approach to the exterior design, following in the tyre tracks of history’s most iconic 4X4 utility vehicles.

This is an off-roader that’s got capability at its core. Of course, we care how it looks, but we’re more concerned about how it works. That’s why every decision has been made with practicality in mind.

Boxy. Strong. With a stature that stands tall on any terrain, so you’ll be confident you can get the job done. We know you’ve been looking forward to seeing what the Grenadier looks like. Well, here it is. From the front bumper you can sit on to the rear-mounted spare wheel.
REAR DOORS
The Grenadier’s rear doors are a 70/30 split of the back of the vehicle and open independently. That means you can quickly load and unload smaller tools, while also being able to open both doors for maximum access. Mounting the spare wheel on the back maximises ground clearance.
WHEEL POSITIONING
The Grenadier’s wheels are as close to the corner of the vehicle as possible, with very little overhang at the front and rear. That means you get the approach and departure angles needed for off-road performance.
INSTANTLY RECOGNISABLE
The Grenadier has been designed rather than styled. It combines practicality and purpose with unmistakeable character. From the no nonsense boxy body and exposed hinges to the iconic circular lights.



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