Hardcore 4x4 enthusiasts and farmers looking for a heavy-duty workhorse will be able to order the Ineos Grenadier on May 18.
The Grenadier is a permanent four-wheel drive with two-speed transfer case and centre locking differential included as standard.
Its conception and design has been a passion project for global chemical company Ineos' founder, Sir Jim Ratcliffe.
The Grenadier's starting price in Australia is $84,500 and it is available in two configurations, the two-seat utility wagon and five-seat station wagon.
A stripped back, standard utility wagon will be available that can be configured to the exact needs of customers.
It has two seats, a full-height cargo barrier and a full-length flat floor capable of taking a standard Euro pallet.
For those chasing a five seater, the Grenadier station wagon offers a balance between payload and passenger carrying ability.
Two pre-configured editions are also available, the Grenadier Trialmaster and Grenadier Fieldmaster.
The Trialmaster has been designed with extreme off-roading in mind.
Front and rear diff locks, BFGoodrich all-terrain T/A KO2 tyres, raised air intake, exterior utility belts and an auxiliary battery will appeal to serious off-roaders wanting to tackle the toughest terrain.
The Fieldmaster will suit those with an adventure lifestyle who want a vehicle able to get them and their kit safely to their destination.
Leather upholstery, 17-inch alloy wheels, rearview camera, puddle lamps, power heated door mirrors and auxiliary USB power outlets are all included.
An online configurator will be available at ineosgrenadier.com on May 18 that takes customers through a step-by-step build of their Grenadier.
A finance calculator has been built into this process to show customers exactly what they will pay.
Production at the Hambach factory near the French/German border is on-track to begin in July and the first Australian customers can expect to take delivery of their vehicle in quarter four this year.
Ineos Automotive CEO Dirk Heilmann said they were looking forward to seeing how customers spec their vehicles when finalising their orders.
"As a new vehicle manufacturer, opening our first order books is a significant milestone and we know thousands of customers have been patiently waiting for that day," Mr Heilmann said.
"Now we invite buyers to join us on the next stage of our journey."
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