Hyundai Equus 2011


The Korean car company Hyundai in the past wanted to present New York Auto Show 2010 in style. And what better way than by the hand of his latest and most spectacular building, the 2011 Hyundai Equus, the most expensive Hyundai to be sold in the U.S. market and that surely will become the benchmark in the automotive sector first class.

The luxury sedan is the Asian firm to become its own merits not only in the flagship of the house, but a benchmark in the segment in the market for luxury vehicles thanks to its design, high availability accessories – most notably the system of lane departure warning, electronic air suspension or intelligent cruise-control, advanced technology, interior care and the performance of the car.

With the Equus 20111 Hyundai expands its line of vehicles first and, like the Hyundai Genesis model, is manufactured under one architecture”Premium”spectacular rear-wheel drive. Under the hood, the Hyundai Equus uses a 4.6-liter gasoline V8 Tau capable of providing 385 horsepower gasoline using “premium” and 378 hp when using regular gasoline .


All this is coupled with an automatic transmission ZF six-speed manual control SHIFTRONIC. Thus, the Hyundai sedan can be from 0 to 100 per hour in under 6.4 seconds. With gasoline premium Tau V8 produces more horsepower than the engines mount the Lexus LS460, Mercedes-Benz S550, and the Audi A8, and almost the same power as those competitors using regular gasoline.

As for the exterior design, the Equus is very visually appealing, with a very smooth and progressive lines that highlight the strength of the rear and the LED lights. The model has exhaust pipes fully integrated into the bodywork On the front grille and subtle highlights a low air tickets which never appear outside the vehicle.



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