The Canadian carmaker Conquest Vehicles is introducing a new model, the first unarmored vehicle in their lineup, to make it all clear. The specialists are well known for their Knight XV armored SUV, a vehicle capable of everything. Even so, the engineers have developed a less armored and less reckless model, the new Evade. This new Canadian achievement is called the new standard in handcrafted luxury SUVs. The interior measures more than 400 cubic feet, offering a lot of space for some luxury elements. The interior of the Conquest Evade contains ergonomic 2+2 style limo seating, executive style reclining seats, a 3rd sunroof, lap top trays.
If you are not convinced yet, you should know that the new model features a driver partition or retractable flat screen television as options. With this new vehicle, the Conquest Vehicle specialists tried to push the boundaries in terms of engineering and design. They wanted to integrate new user experiences without compromising the integrity of some of the key highlight design elements offered by their already existing Knight XV. This is what William Maizlin, the president of the Canadian company said.
In the end, the specialists can be proud, because the results they obtained are the ones they hoped for. These are all the information available so far on the Conquest Evade, but stay tuned for more as the carmaker plans to offer mode details soon. In the end you should know that the price for the unarmored luxury car will start at $ 579.000.
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