Knight XV, World's Most Secure SUV, Costs $310,000

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There's no doubt people love safe cars. More airbags, more attractive, lots of people think, without taking into account engine power, exterior or interior design. Well, in case you're one of those secure car aficionados, we have something for you: the Knight XV, the world's most secure, ultra-luxurious, handcrafted and biofuel powered SUV will be displayed at the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Event in Scottsdale, Arizona.

And taking a look at the specs list proves us that the Gurkha military vehicle-inspired SUV is indeed a very secure car, with ballistic hardened steel and ballistic fiberglass fenders and bumpers making it fully armored. And in case you're not feeling safe enough, you should probably know that Knight XV's armoring levels vary by customer demand and price.

"Since launching the Knight XV at SEMA to the auto industry in November, the demand by auto enthusiasts and media to see and experience this vehicle has been so positively overwhelming that we decided to feature it at Barrett-Jackson so the public could see it in person for the very first time," said William Maizlin, President of Conquest Vehicles Inc.

The SUV comes in a 100-unit limited series and is priced at $310,000. Each vehicle is built by hand, with the total manufacturing process taking up to 1,500 hours.

The first thing you'll notice inside the car is... Well, we can't say for sure what's the most eye-catching thing inside the SUV as it features Wilton Wool luxury carpeting, Andrew Muirhead leather, Tandem sunroof glass with privacy shades, LED cabin lighting, Alpine navigation and Bluetooth equipment, night vision, Playstation 3 game console and TV monitors. The interior is spacious enough for six professional basketball players, the manufacturer proudly said.
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Bogdan keeps an eye on how technology is taking over the car world. His long-term goals are buying an 18-wheeler because he needs more space for his kid’s toys, and convincing Google and Apple that Android Auto and CarPlay deserve at least as much attention as their phones.
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