Knight XV: Luxury SUV Of The Apocalypse

May 22, 2010


Looking for a ridiculously expensive SUV to plow through crowds of the undead when the zombie apocalypse begins? Then look no further than Conquest Vehicles' Knight XV. It's bulletproof and you can get it with a minibar option. Um, yes please!

Conquest Vehicle Inc's flagship vehicle, the KNIGHT XV defines the future of the ultra-luxurious, handcrafted fully armoured SUV. This one-of-a-kind, V10, 6.8-litre, Bio-fuel powered SUV was inspired by military vehicle designs and features security appointments that are unrivaled in today's SUV marketplace.

The KNIGHT XV(TM) is priced at $295,000 USD. Only 100 will be made available as a limited first run. Each vehicle takes 1,500 hours to build by hand.

The KNIGHT-XV(TM) is built using ballistic hardened steel making it fully armoured including ballistic fiberglass fenders, bumper and up to 64 mm. (2.5 inches) transparent armor (glass).

Admittedly it's pretty badass looking, but I'm skeptical about any car they're only making 100 of. I mean, I DON'T WANT TO BE THE ONE THAT FINDS OUT THE BRAKES STOP WORKING AFTER 10,000 MILES. Thanks but no thanks, Conquest -- there's only one vehicle you can really trust during the zombie apocalypse: Optimus Prime. Kidding, that f***er will eat you alive!

Hit the jump for a bunch more shots of the STEP ON THE GAS, GO GO GO!!








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Thanks to Rowan Stone, who prefers canoeing to rolling. *zing!*

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