|Pricing||$61,000 - $68,000|
|Fuel Economy||15 (city), 23 (highway)|
Hyundai has a sedan to compete in just about every category, and their aspirations don't stop with the Genesis sedan. The high-end Equus sedan takes the idea of the Genesis one step further filling a premium rear wheel drive chassis with the high-end amenities found in flagship German luxury sedans. Compared to the Genesis, the Equus is about 6 inches longer but only adds about an inch of legroom. The Equus is offered in two models: Signature and Ultimate. Both models equip the 5.0l V8 and eight-speed automatic found in the Genesis R-Spec. The Signature model is for five-passengers, whereas the Equus Ultimate model has a specialized rear interior for only two passengers. Highlights of the Equus include power adjustable rear seats, a rear console refrigerator (Equus Ultimate) and an extraordinary Lexicon 7.1 audio system.
The Equus receives a number of updates for 2014. Updates to exterior include new wheels and an updated front fascia and grille. Interior changes include a redesigned instrument panel, center console, steering wheel and shifter.
|Equus Signature||5.0l V8 (429-bhp)||A8||RWD||15 / 23 / 19||68||$61,000|
|Equus Ultimate||5.0l V8 (429-bhp)||A8||RWD||15 / 23 / 19||68||$68,000|