We all remember pretty well that Canada based Conquest Vehicles has already made inroads into the armored luxury SUV segment with its badass Knight XV in 2010. Now the brand comes up with its latest vehicle in the unarmored segment, the Evade that Conquest Vehicles describes as the new standard in the handcrafted luxury SUVs.
The Evade differs considerably from Knight XV and is based on the Ford F550 Super Duty Chassis. Comparatively less aggressive, the Evade has 2+2 limo styled seating and a huge 400 cubic feet of space inside that gives an avid off-roader a chance to take plenty of paraphernalia required for such excursions.
However, Evade isn’t a new vehicle altogether as it features some of the design elements borrowed from the new Knight XV. The elements include a redesigned grill, hood scoop, a wraparound for front and taillights, new fender flares and third sunroof. The most prominent part of the luxury SUV is it meticulously combines military design cues with exquisite finishes.
Some of the other important features solely for the luxury SUV include executive style reclining seats, air rider suspensions as well as FLIR night vision camera systems for the front and rear end and ergonomically designed cockpit. If you are the lover of handcrafted luxury SUVs, Evade is the right vehicle for you, but you have to spare a cool $579,000 for it. The vehicle will be available by this fall.
Source: Conquest Vehicles