Hyundai Motor Co. revealed today the long wheelbase edition of the Equus flagship sedan, planning to take on the Lexus LS460L and the Mercedes-Benz S500L.
As you can see from the photos, the stretched edition of the Hyundai Equus offers several upgraded features from the normal sedan version and this including differentiated exterior designs and longer overall length.
The Equus Limousine, as it is named in Korea offers a new level of interior volume: longer than major competitors by as much as 310 mm and with backseat legroom as much as 376 mm longer.
In order to differentiate it from the Equus sedan, the new stretched version comes with exclusive horizontal cross-bar radiator grille with an emblem in the center as well as an impression of strength and confidence. Under the hood, the manufacturer offers a choice of two sophisticated engines: the Lambda 3.8L engine and the Tau 5.0L engine.
According to Hyundai, the 400 hp of the Tau 5.0L engine outperforms its competitors, such as the Lexus LS460L and Mercedes S500L by 20 hp and 12 hp, respectively.
The power-driven footrest, the world's first, along with Rear Seat Leg Support, Relax Posture Control and Massage System function, allows passengers the most comfortable driving experience found today. Price for the long wheelbase edition Equus ranges from $113,000 to $122,180, based on today's currency exchange rates.