2009 Conquest Knight XV


Next to an armored SUV Knight XV of Canada's Conquest Vehicles , our "Tiger" seems to be a compact runabout, not to mention the "dwarf» Hummer H2.
It seems, Knight XV is by far the largest vehicle that is proposed to use as personal transportation. "Tiger" on the road you will see often, so it is comparable to the freshman H2 (in parentheses): length 6096 mm (4820 mm) wide by 2489 (2063 mm) height 2540 mm (1977 mm).

In fact, Knight XV - civilian version of army armored car Gurkha, was created on the chassis of Ford F-350 Canadian company Armet Armored Vechicles . Their colleagues from Conquest Vehicles Gurkha salon to dump all the bells and whistles imaginable (including laptops, to a seat back and the night vision system), body painted in black, decorated with elegant d├ęcor and chrome wheels - ready to "a new ultra-luxury armored SUV!"

Level of reservation Knight XV is not informed, we know only that used armored glass thickness of 65 mm. Apparently, the customer will have a choice - Gurkha has five levels of security, maximum protection against heavy machine gun, shell splinters and mines.

400 hp V10 engine capacity of 6.8 liter can run on both gasoline and biofuel E85, which allows Canadian companies to submit his monster as a "friendly to the environment."
The company announced that civilian armored car will be released in a limited edition of 100 copies. Optimistic figure!


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