When the Equus was introduced to the US, many wondered if Hyundai would be able to produce a car considered equivalent to the luxurious stateside mainstays like the BMW 7 or Mercedes-Benz S-Class series. Once the 2016 Hyundai Equus arrived however, it was clear than Hyundai could now be seriously stated in the same breath. The outside sheet metal shows no pretention, and the Equus maintains this dignity with its cabin, where you are blanketed by soft-touch plastics, a wood and leather trim, and a synthetic suede trim that surrounds the body and headliner pillars. Impressive standard features that… Read More