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Conquest Evade

Yes, it sounds a little bit like a video game title — but trust us, the Conquest Evade ($580,000) means nothing but business. Built on a Ford F550 Super Duty chassis, this tank-like luxury vehicle offers a commercial-grade air ride suspension in the front and rear, 360-degree, roof-mounted, joystick-controlled searchlights, 2+2 limousine-style seating, laptop trays, a third sunroof, an unarmored skin made from an aluminum-mild steel blend, handles machined out of solid aluminum, and a steering wheel, hinges, running boards, and even the key machined from solid stainless steel. Coming this fall.

  • Land Rover Defender XTech Edition

    When it comes to truly beastly SUVs, few models can match the Land Rover Defender — and that masculine quality is amped up further in the Land Rover Defender XTech Edition (£28,000; roughly $43,500). Available in 90 Hard Top and 110 Utility Wagon models in either Orkney Grey or Nara Bronze, this limited edition truck features contrasting black roof and wheel arches, 16-inch gloss black wheels with off-road tires, rear LED lights, black surrounds for the headlamps, a black interior with contrast stitching, and a 2.2L diesel engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission. Unfortunately, no state-side launch is planned — so if you're going to the Olympics, treat yourself to one of these instead of the obligatory commemorative t-shirt.

  • Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake

    Looking for a luxury station wagon for hauling your progeny around? The Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake ($TBA) should fit the bill. Available in rear- or all-wheel drive with one of four engine choices, a low-slung body that's as sexy as you're going to find in the wagon segment, a wooden luggage compartment floor, between 590 and 1550 liters of luggage room, an automatically-lifting tailgate, a rear air suspension to maximize handling under heavy loads, the 7g-tronic Plus automatic transmission, dynamic full LED headlamps, and safety features like active blind spot and active lane keeping assist. The bad news? No word on when — or if — it might make an appearance stateside.