LONDON — Generation of Ineos’ 1st car, the Grenadier off-roader, will be pushed back again to July 2022 to make certain rigorous tests targets are met pursuing delays previous calendar year, the organization reported on Wednesday.
Billionaire Jim Ratcliffe’s firm declared in December it would manufacture the model in Hambach, France, from late 2021 after a offer to acquire around a website operate by Daimler, ditching programs to build a manufacturing unit in Wales.
On Wednesday it reported much more than a hundred thirty next-phase prototypes will be analyzed in severe environments about the planet.
“We only have 1 possibility to get this ideal and our high-quality and functionality targets for the Grenadier remain paramount,” reported CEO of Ineos Automotive Dirk Heilmann.
“We won’t cut corners.”