Conquest Evade is the company’s first unarmored SUV
In total contrast to the Knight XV, the body of the Evade is crafted from an aluminum-steel alloy, way lighter than the armored one. The Evade’s chassis comes from a Ford F550 Super Duty, while the engines can be chosen from a diesel unit and a gasoline one, with no further detailing about the two. We can also mention that the handles are crafted from aluminum, while the key, running boards, steering wheel and hinges are made of stainless steel.
The standard Conquest Evade boasts with integrated roof mounted 360-degree joystick-controlled searchlights, power windows, FLIR night vision camera on both the rear and front of the car, as well as commercial-grade air ride suspension at the front and rear.
With a whopping price tag of $579,000, it is actually $50,000 cheaper than the Knight XV. The Conquest Evade will reportedly be available by autumn.