Conquest Vehicles Inc introduced the EVADE, the company’s first unarmored SUV in India. The new body style, design and aesthetic of EVADE (which Conquest Vehicle’s flagship vehicle, the Knight XV will also inherit), includes new headlights and taillights sleekly wrapping around the sides of the vehicle, narrower fender flares, a redesigned grille, hood scoop, the addition of a third tandem sunroof and a wider backdoor to accommodate EVADE’s wider body frame to allow for exit/entry of executive security though the rear of the vehicle. The rear bumper now features an integrated step to simplify this access. EVADE will be built on a Ford F550 Super Duty Chassis and its massive unarmored skin will be made from an aluminum-mild steel blend, making it significantly lighter then the Knight XV. The first EVADE is scheduled to roll off the production line will be in Fall 2012.
Conquest Vehicles’ Partnership with Indian-based Magus Cars Ltd
Acting on its strategy to connect with the most affluent audiences across the globe, Conquest Vehicles has partnered with Indian-based leading premium automotive dealer, Magus Cars Ltd. By leveraging the strength of the partnership and by aligning with a market leader like Magus Cars Ltd, client’s benefit by having a much larger and reliable resource to connect with at the retail level, thus delivering the opportunity to connect with new and exciting exotic premium brands including Conquest Vehicles’ unique luxury armored (Knight XV) and unarmored (EVADE) vehicles.
“Evade is a revolution to the Indian SUV unarmored segment. With our patrons exhausted with the current limited options available, they are now eagerly awaiting Magus Cars to bring to market fresh and innovative brands such as the upcoming launch of Conquest Vehicles’ EVADE by the end of this year -- at INR 8.5cr, EVADE will prove to be the most luxurious and expensive SUV in India”, said Jatin Ahuja, Vice President, The Magus Group.
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