Conquest Evade to cost $579,000. image

The latest creation signed by Conquest Vehicles, the Evade, has recently been announced by the automaker and the model will be launched this autumn for a starting price of $579,000.

According to the car manufacturer, the Conquest Evade is actually the first unarmored model developed by the company and it has been announced this week, borrowing some styling cues from the Knight XV. The Conquest Evade is getting a new look for the front fascia and for the rear fascia, a hood scoop, narrower fender flares, a wider back door, a third sunroof, an updated front grille and an integrated step into the rear bumper to improve access.

“We wanted EVADE to set a new standard for our company in terms of pushing the boundaries from engineering to design to incorporating new user experiences without compromising the integrity of some of the key highlight design features offered by our armored Knight XV. The result speaks for itself in terms of the final product and we couldn’t be happier”, said William Maizlin, the president of Conquest Vehicles.

The carmaker says that the Conquest Evade is coming with standard features like the front and rear commercial-grade air ride suspension, FLIR night vision camera on the front and rear of the model, roof-mounted 360 degree joystick controlled searchlights, power windows and more. The Conquest Evade will have a starting price of 579,000 USD once it will hit the market this autumn.