Hyundai Equus Off the Beat

Wayne Cunningham on cnet.com shares this executive sedan he says could play in the big leagues; the Korean Hyundai makers of all time quality cars now goes in par with Mercedes-Benz S-class, BMW 7-series, and Audi A8 in the prestigious class of sedans. The company hits the audience in surprise as it competes with the 100 thousand dollar creations of these former car authorities and gives off its own latest competitor, the 2011 Hyundai Equus only costing $57,700.00 without cutting off its unique trademarks and features this coming November. The car hovers over the road with its top speed racing on a fuel friendly economy of 16 mpg city and 24 mpg highway ion its electro-hydraulic power steering system giving off both speed and effeciency.
Unlike other models, the 2011 Hyundai Equus bears the specialized Hyundai badge with a silver emblem, upstreched wings at its trunk lid making a new unique signature of brands. Of course the exterior says a lot for it to be considered as a luxury sedan, having smooth lengthy curves on its new Fluidic Sculpture design language from the most pleasing details on the tail lights and the rear exhaust pipes mimicry seemingly that of the inverted version of the lights. The iner aspect says more than the other beauty; the Equus contains an exclusive mapping guide through all traffic must knows, it also has a built in track for destination inputs, an LCD for both the driver and passenger seat, and the ever powerful 17 speakered audio system. Lots of these and more to discover on this elegant Korean sedan.