This vehicle is nothing but pure completion of armored vehicle requirements. It was launched in 2008 at SEMA show, and since that day it has locked its purchasers with nothing but awe. The amazing huge body of it and the latest security systems ingrate in it is whole another level.

Mean features:

  • It was re-designed from the earlier mode2010 to 2012 model.
  • Many specifications were made which were basically the modifications.
  • Luxury and security measure took into account and upgraded to a level unmatched by any other armored vehicles.


It came with a Ford6.8-liter V10 engine, but after the modifications were done in 2012, two types of choices were presented and installed as per your choice. It can be either of the two.

These both engines came with the Freightliner platform chassis and five-speed torqshift automatic transmission.

The gas version in which a General Motor- sourced 6.0-liter V8 engine with the output of 325 horsepower and 400 lb of torque.

Diesel engine with 6.7-liter Cummins ISB engine which produces 300 horsepower and 660 lb of torque.


Conquest Knight XV

Year: 2010- 2012

Make: Conquest

Model: Knight

Car segment: Itility vehicle

Body style: SUV


The 2010 knight XV had electronic handles; handcrafted billet aluminum and leather steering wheel. The dashboard features an impressive flat screen. Also, a flat screen television, TrancVision satellite system, and an electronic window tinting system were also present.

The seating was done in an ultra-suede style, and other high-level security upgrades were also present. Such as built-in-oxygen survival kit, under vehicle metal detection system, different levels of armoring were also present. Addition of the black box was also done.


The exterior is nothing less than an armored vehicle. In the list of an expensive yet ready for the war vehicle, this might top the chart which is not produced for the army. It has aggressive features from the outside.

The grill was changed from 2010 model to the 2012 model. Other physical traits include the matching headlights and taillights, an impressive hood with signal detectors.


Knight XV to hit the market came with a price tag of $489k, which is, believe it or not, comparatively cheaper than the 2012 model. Thanks to a lot of the added upgrades in the last model that have been turned into standard features, the 2012 Knight XV now commands a king’s ransom worth $629k.

Published by Mohsin Ahsan