Hyundai surprised the automotive world when displayed the 2010 "Hyundai Equus" at the 2009 New York Auto Show. The success of the Hyundai Genesis sedan, however, has the Korean automaker thinking big. If Americans will embrace the Genesis as a Hyundai luxury car with a price tag as high as $40,000, some ask, what's to stop them from embracing a more luxurious model a step up the food chain wearing a Hyundai badge?
The Genesis offers some equipment found only on $50,000 luxury cars in a $32,000 to $40,000 price range. The Genesis appears to be convincing skeptical auto writers and skeptical car shoppers that Hyundai can build a bargain luxury car.
2011 Hyundai Equus
If you're wondering whether a value-oriented brand like Hyundai can produce a luxury car, the cabin of the Equus will put your mind at ease. The passenger-side rear seat even has a power-operated footrest. In its home market of South Korea, the Hyundai Equus Ultimate is frequently used as a VIP limousine.
This car was still new and still warm discussed in the automotive world. As it stands, the Hyundai Equus is Almost exactly the Same size as the Lexus at Nearly 17 feet long and over 6 feet wide. Its design is much more reserved Than Hyundai‘s recent models, Such as the Hyundai Sonata