Leitner designs, roof rack, igneous, grenadier, ACS system
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Leitner Designs reveals the INEOS Grenadier Collection, a comprehensive collection of aftermarket accessories designed for the most discerning off-road enthusiast, utilizing innovative design and engineering and the highest quality materials and components.

Composed of a platform rack, rooftop crossbars, front bumper auxiliary-light bracket, chase-light bracket, auxiliary air compressor bracket kit, dual cargo-area shelves, and spare-tire relocation bracket, Leitner Designs’ INEOS Grenadier Collection offers easy-to-install accessories for the industry’s most talked-about off-road SUV.


“The INEOS Grenadier is nearly a turnkey solution for any adventure seeker. When I purchased my Grenadier, however, I immediately identified several gaps in the factory accessory line,” said Leitner Designs Founder and Chief Designer Bernhard Leitner. “I designed products I wanted for my Grenadier that mirror INEOS’ engineering. Like everything I design, every piece of this collection is engineered to be as robust, aesthetically pleasing, and easy to install.”

Unlike every other rooftop platform rack for the INEOS Grenadier, which clamp onto the drip rails, Leitner Designs’ platform rack, the Active Cargo System (ACS) ROOF, mounts using the Grenadier’s factory grab handles. Leitner’s billet aluminum 6061 mounts attach to the roof using the sixteen  6mm bolts that secure the factory grab handles threaded into the 1.5mm-thick sheet metal. This mounting design is not only stronger than clamping to the roof gutters, it’s also rattle-free.

Leitner designs, roof rack, igneous, grenadier, ACS system

ACS ROOF for INEOS Grenadier is offered in two sizes: three-quarter and full-length. Both roof rack options allow for full functionality of the Safari windows, something that roof racks with fixed load bars can not claim. Customers who don’t need a full platform rack, like those who will opt for a rooftop tent, may prefer a set of Leitner’s crossbars, which use the same robust billet aluminum mounts. Paired with Leitner Designs’ smart and secure rooftop tent brackets, a rooftop tent can be installed in a fraction of the time.

Leitner designs, roof rack, igneous, grenadier, ACS system

Any INEOS Grenadier owner who is going to use their rig on dirt for any amount of time will want to air down their tires and then reinflate them before hitting the highway. For those owners, Leitner Designs developed an ingenious mount for ARB’s Single Motor Air Compressor that utilizes two factory studs located beneath the rear seat. Owners assemble the bracket and compressor, including air chuck and power switch, together outside the vehicle. Installation is as simple as dropping the unit under the seat, tightening two nuts, and connecting the leads. Fitting the unit takes just a matter of minutes and can be accomplished by even the most novice enthusiast with basic hand tools.

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For increased trail illumination, Leitner created brackets for fitting forward- and rear-facing auxiliary lights. The front bumper light bracket is designed to accommodate Baja Designs’ LP4 and LP6 Pro LED Auxiliary Light Pod, giving the Grenadier much-needed illumination for nighttime excursions. The rear chase light is designed for Baja Designs S2.

Leitner designs, roof rack, igneous, grenadier, ACS system

Grenadier drivers keen for additional storage will also want to opt for Leitner Designs’ GearPOD ROOF, the world’s first side-opening rooftop storage box. The ACS ROOF and GearPOD ROOF together represent the first-ever integrated rooftop storage system composed of a platform rack and dedicated rooftop cargo box from a single brand.

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Raised in beautiful but rainy England, Andy moved to the sunny climes of Southern California in 1995 and hasn’t looked back since. Two and half decades working in the outdoor, bike and surf industries has given him a thirst for adventure and living life without a ceiling. When not working on the website, he can be found surfing Californian beaches, or in remote mountain or desert areas, either primitive camping, mountain biking or embarking upon vehicle assisted adventure in the backcountry with one of The Adventure Portal rigs.


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