The grenadier is a very impressive bit of kit, definitely on par with the old defender but has a whole host of extras making it even more versatile.If you look at speccing a commercial spec Ineos, you will see front and rear cross locks are an option and a manual centre locker is standard. As well an old school transfer case.
On a new Defender it will have all sorts that it would not be possible to delete in terms of off road aids.
It’s very much the car the new defender should have been.
BMW straight 6s in diesel or petrol guise.
The new defender has no end of electronic gubbins such as water level detecting radar built into the windmirrors so you don’t wade too deeply, in the good old days a stick did the same job. There is no end of other driver assistance stuff once you are off road.
I think if you want to you can easily spenc one up to £150k
My father inlaw had an original defender bought brand new in circa 2001, this was also heavily spec’s up and still only tipped the scales at £30k so just goes to show how massively out of touch car makers have become in the last 20 years.