In another video there was talk of Ineos actually "giving" surplus prototypes to major after-market firms (Alu-Cab, ARB/old ManEmu) for testing new products... the rationale being that Ineos was in the business of building the 4x4, not competing with after-market firms and adding additional cost to get the after-market bits certified by the relevant national transport authorities. Can only speculate that this could be a boon to the ultimate consumer in terms of reduced cost and time to market.
AluCab doing a roof conversion is a big part of the equation of my getting the Grenadier. If not, it may have to be a Gladiator with the Canopy Camper.
I wish AluCab had a JL version to compete with Ursa. They just need to include a modified back half of the roll bar to maximize livability and bed access when you have two people.
all indications point to AC trying to do a Grenadier version.